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Copy from camera to hard drive erases camera

I couldnt copy photo and mpeg files from my stylus 720 camera to the hard drive in a gang drag and drop without erasing the files on the camera card. it seemed to default to cut and paste not copy and paste . is this a problem with the free Enlightenment file manager? is there a file manager on the gos gpc2 that allows copy from an external card that leaves the files on the card? it appears the default to cut and paste is designed to thwart music file sharing.

also i want a file manager that always posts the size and date of files, as in the Details mode of the windows manager.

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Ok... if it won't let you click and drag, here's what you do. browse to the folder where your mpeg files are on the camera. click on any one mpeg. Press Ctrl+a. All your files will now be selected. Press Ctrl+c. You now have copied all those selected files to your clipboard memmory. Now browse to the folder where you want the files to be copied to. Press Ctrl+v. Viola!

Problem solved :)

Also... Ctrl+x = cut. Alternatively you can hold ctrl while clicking on seperate files you want to copy/select.

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Hope that helped out;

Alternatively instead of drag and drop maybe you should copy paste?

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