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This pisses me off greatly...
 

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No... Cancel will not get the files not in the target directory copied.
I resolved the problem by holding down "n," but a no for all will be nice :/
 

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Knowing Microsoft, they'll probably say "A No for All is not possible due to limitations" ... ;)
 

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it would probably crash internet explorer for no apparent reason... and if it isnt open it'll open it and crash it... and then your monitor lights on fire :p
 

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lol, good to see that im not the only one frustrated by this, thanks for the tip flare85
 

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FLaRe85 said:
You hold down the shift key and click No. That is "No to All."
really? oO how long has it been there lol? If only i knew that 2 years ago lol.
 

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The shift key!!!! I all my days of computing I've never heard that one. WOW talk about a mystery.
 

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WTF!! :cuss2: Shift? LOL I think I'm gonna kill microsoft for that. :angry: Why did they make a "no for all" feature and don't say it? :hdbash: I have been "no"-ing for hours when i could just press shift once? :cry:

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I'm guessing they did it to keep the window from taking up more screen space. That's a pretty lousy excuse, but then again, microsoft is a pretty lousy company. ;)
 

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FLaRe85 said:
You hold down the shift key and click No. That is "No to All."
Great tip, flare. You won't believe how much time this will save me :thumb:
 
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