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Author Topic: Auto Move Older Screenshots suggestions  (Read 1787 times)
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« on: January 01, 2010, 08:12:17 AM »


I got to know about this feature when SC suddenly started to re-arrange my files! cheesy

I started to like it, but I suggest these features:
- allow to specify the folder the files are being moved to (Screenshot Folder and Tools preferences) instead of just using "OLDER"
- as an alternative to have SC create sub-folders in the "OLDER" directory, have an option to just move all files in that folder (without subdirectories)

More general suggestions:
- allow the user to use the ESC key to close the Preferences window (especially if nothing was changed)
- if SC is already running in the 'tray' and you run SC again, make SC open its GUI (as if double-clicking the 'tray' icon)

Thank you.
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