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  1. calfoto

    Toast 17.1 Download.

    Well I've tried Stargator's suggestion, but all I seem to be able to download is v17.2 NOT v17.3 v17.2 so far is completely unusable on my iMac with OSX 10.13.6.... Problem is it seemed to work for a few days (with random crashes) but now it will not remember the contents of the "disc" files it creates, not will it remember the contents of legacy disk files... There's nothing wrong with the legacy disc files, Toast 15 has no problem with them but v17.2 just shows an unnamed disk with no content from the same file. It's really quite frustrating, re-installing the software doesn't help, the problem persists - Every upgrade I've purchased over the last several years sems to be worse than what it replaces.
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    Feature Request For Disk Spanning

    Apparently not - sigh
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    Feature Request For Disk Spanning

    Feature Request Suggestion… I’ve been searching around the forums and there seem to be a few folks who have asked for and/or inquired about some features and capabilities we’d like to see in Toast. Having the ability to span large batches of files over multiple disks is certainly a great feature, but by default Toast automatically installs the Roxio Restore software. Now for some that’s probably quite useful, but for my (and others) needs it’s functionality we don’t need or want. Is there any possibility that we might have an option in preferences to turn off the installation of the Restore software? Please… Another suggestion that’s been requested is the option to specify a single disk or range of disks in a set when actually creating/burning the spanned disk set. As has been noted, when one disk has a burn error you need to restart the whole process from disk #1. Not that I have that problem, but sometimes I cannot tie up my machine for an extended period of time when I’m doing a 5, 10, or more batch of disks. It would be wonderfully convenient if I could do a few in one sitting and come back to that set later and continue from a specific point, and not have to go back to square one – It works that way with a printer driver so why not with a CD/DVD burner? So are these unreasonable and or impossible requests? Does the toast product development team ever read and respond to these sorts of inqueries? Thanks in advance
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