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Old 13 August 2016, 23:34   #1
AMIGASYSTEM
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Drag And Drop Desktop PC To Workbench Amiga

I find it very convenient and ingenious this shortcut, i ask Toni why on OS 4 you can drag one time?, while on OS3 you can do indefinitely.
Another thing I noticed is that if we drag and drop data files such as documents, images, sounds etc, on Workbench will create a folder and inside there will be our data, while if we do the same thing with executables, libraries these files will be seen as a floppy

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Old 14 August 2016, 13:07   #2
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I find it very convenient and ingenious this shortcut, i ask Toni why on OS 4 you can drag one time?, while on OS3 you can do indefinitely.
Because no one had reported it. Fixed. (Forgotten test that prevented crashes when removable drives were not compatible with OS4..)
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