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Browse For Destination Files Question


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Just navigate to the folder you want.

I realize that I "can" navigate to the folder I want, but I would like to change the DEFAULT so that I don't have to navigate the tree over and over and over. I am using Win 7 and have 2 drives dedicated to my music collection. The "Browse for Folder" always opens and expands the tree to C:\users\"username"\My Music. I would be content if the "Browse for Folder" dialog opened with the folder tree in the same expansion state as I left it the last time I navigated thru it, but this doesn't seem to be an option. If it would at least open to one of my 2 "music" drives it would be a great help.

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I realize that I "can" navigate to the folder I want, but I would like to change the DEFAULT so that I don't have to navigate the tree over and over and over. I am using Win 7 and have 2 drives dedicated to my music collection. The "Browse for Folder" always opens and expands the tree to C:\users\"username"\My Music. I would be content if the "Browse for Folder" dialog opened with the folder tree in the same expansion state as I left it the last time I navigated thru it, but this doesn't seem to be an option. If it would at least open to one of my 2 "music" drives it would be a great help.

 

As Jim posted, it opens to the last folder you used. That is the way it works in C2011 but perhaps C2010 works differently.

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I'm not taking about the text in the box. It's the folder tree in the "Browse for Folder" dialog that I would like to change the default for.

 

Rather than using "Rip", use "Rip Advanced". I think it is called that in Creator 2010; it is in Creator 2011. There are many options that you can set including where you want the ripped music to be saved. It runs just as fast and you can rip multiple CDs (sequentially).

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