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Subject: Mirror aborted
Author: Jared Burford
Date: 03/19/2011 08:23
What does this mean ?
The current temporary cache is required for any update operation and only
contains data downloaded during the present aborted session.
The former cache might contain more complete information; if you do not want
to lose that information, you have to restore it and delete the current
This can easily be done here by erasing the hts-cache/new.* files]

Whats the meaning of this dialog that displays after every interrupted session
1. Since its confusing and contradicting itself. Stating that *if* you want to
keep the former cache you have to restore it, and delete the current one. It
then points you to the dir. *new files* thinking logically, that the word
"new" could imply the new cache, not the old one.

2. WHy would a user wish to *restore* the old cache ?  If the user has
downloaded more than they have previously, then it makes sense to keep the
current one.. Likewise, if they have downloaded less than the previous, then
the user can just do an "Update existing"

All articles

Subject Author Date
Mirror aborted

03/19/2011 08:23
Re: Mirror aborted

03/19/2011 13:45
CANCEL "broken"

03/25/2011 07:28
Re: CANCEL "broken"

03/25/2011 15:07
Re: CANCEL "broken"

03/25/2011 17:09
Re: Mirror aborted

10/27/2012 09:48
Re: Mirror aborted

01/15/2020 00:51


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