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Hi,

we use KWS Mac-Client 2.0.1 Build 505 on MacBooks.

The client is crashing while deleting files. After a restart the same behaviour.

If we drag and drop the files into the client, the files are moved instead of copied.

What do we wrong ?

Thanx
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Stanislav Kolar (Kerio)

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Can you send us the crash details? (I mean the content of the window you can see here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/skyzyx/6899505859/)

About the second question - the Workspace Desktop Client folder is nothing more than a regular folder on the disk, so moving files between the finder and WS Client window is like moving files beween two folders in the Finder. But in the next version we decided to change it because we are sure that from the user's point of view the moving files should create a copy, not remove the file(s) from the original place.
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Stanislav Kolar (Kerio) wrote on Thu, 18 October 2012 10:49
But in the next version we decided to change it because we are sure that from the user's point of view the moving files should create a copy, not remove the file(s) from the original place.


Will this be a configurable option? If I want to "move" something from my local machine into workspace, I don't want to have to worry about the original version being left behind and having to remember to go and delete it. I have always viewed Workspace as a way to centralize files and retain a single copy so I don't end up with multiple versions, etc... This could be counter-productive to that process.
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