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Toast Doesn't Automatically Include Updates To A Folder.

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I create a new data disc called "Software" using Toast. I right click on the disc contents window, choose add, and select a folder called Software from my hard drive. Toast adds the folder and all its files as expected. I save the data disc as Software.disc and quit Toast.

 

A day later, I add new files to the Software folder on my hard drive, open Software.disc in Toast, and attempt to burn the Software folder to DVD. Toast does NOT automatically include the new files. It only includes what was originally part of the Software folder. If I want to burn the new files, I have to delete and re-add the Software folder to Software.disc

 

How do I tell Toast to automatically include new files? I'd LIKE to be able to open "Software.disc", click burn, and always have an up-to-date copy of my Software folder. I tried creating an alias to the Software folder and instructing Toast to resolve the alias, but it only does so the FIRST time (and not there-after).

 

Any suggestions?

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It might work better for you to create a CD- or DVD-sized Temporary Partition (Toast Utilities window) and leave that partition mounted on your desktop. Just add whatever you want to the temporary partition (which makes a copy of the file). When you want to burn it to disc select that .toast file that Toast wrote when creating the temporary partition and burn it by control-clicking on it and choosing Toast It or by selecting it using the Image File setting in Toast's Copy window.

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