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Old 11-01-2013, 08:12 AM   #3
At_Libitum
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No worries, I got it working at least and that is the main thing. But aside from this, the question might be if it is really needed to have the generic template trigger. I can imagine that different devices may have different target requirements so this could potentially lead to books ending up in the wrong place if a device driver pulls the generic template and this creating a format different from what the device expects. Or am I seeing this wrong?

EDIT: Hmm. It seems I am not entirely correct, the folder device configuration also has a checkbox to use subdirectories or not... removing the template here and just leaving the checkbox ticked also uses the generic template format creating the folder structure as specified

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