|Feb 20, 2012, 06:56 AM||#1|
Copying files requested feature - skip when encountering a problem file
So you know when you're copying a large amount of files, and sometimes you run into the error message that reads something like "The file 'blah.doc' could not be copied because the data could not be read or written. (error -35)" and then your only option is to click on "Ok"?
Yeah, so wouldn't it be great if a "Skip and Continue" button was there?
If you agree with me, please report it to them and perhaps one day we'll get that feature. It can't be hard to implement.
And if you're a developer perhaps you can report it directly to the OS X Mountain Lion feedback/bug report page.
Here's the general OS X feedback page:
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