[QUOTE=StormJumper;2161622][B]“They write their product for Windows”[/B]
That is true, but for a normal system configuration settings…not one that has been modified [/QUOTE]
Have you changed your wallpaper from the default? Then you “modified” “your system configuration settings” and can no longer expect DVDFab to work.
[QUOTE=StormJumper;2161622][B]“and that’s the way Windows works”[/B]
That is not the way Windows was designed to works, it is calld a system tweak done by the user to overide/bypass a systems normal process [/QUOTE]
Really? So by clicking on a dialog box provided by Microsoft as a standard part of every single copy of Windows, I’ve done something the system wasn’t designed to do? Amazing.
[QUOTE=StormJumper;2161622][B]“Doing an action-prohibiting free space check by extracting the drive letter of the target is simply incorrect.”[/B]
prohibiting free space [/QUOTE]
A messagebox that says something like “you don’t have enough free space there” and an OK button, which, when clicked, cancels the action you were trying to take. A check for free space which prohibits further action if not passed. An action-prohibiting free space check.
[QUOTE=StormJumper;2161622]There is no extracting of any drive letter, the drive letter is simply used as a directory location purpose for data :Dwhich is not “simply incorrect” [/QUOTE]
I have no idea what you just meant to say. Did you?
Let’s say you tell it to write to “E:\some\path o he arget”. Instead of checking the free space available in “E:\some\path o he arget”, it checks the free space in “E:”. This is, in fact, simply incorrect. Get it?
[QUOTE=StormJumper;2161622][B]“This makes it a bug.”[/B]
Only with your modified/tweaked system configuration [/QUOTE]
Watch out for that wallpaper!
[QUOTE=StormJumper;2161622]Have a nice weekend [/QUOTE]