- The first, manual mode, is how Folder Axe has always been, so it's rather self-explanatory.
- The second mode, semi-automatic mode, makes a change to how Folder Axe works. When you're in Semi-Automatic mode, Folder Axe assumes that rather than splitting the folder you selected, you want to split all of the folders inside of the one you selected. (And thus, choosing a folder with no folders inside of it is useless and will get you nowhere)So, after you do that, you choose the split type and options like you normally would, and click the split button. So, in Semi-Automatic mode, before splitting each folder, Folder Axe will display a window telling you which folder it's about to split (And which one it just finished splitting, if applicable) and will give you three option, Continue, Skip, or Cancel. Continue will make Folder Axe split that folder, skip will skip that folder and ask you about the next folder, and cancel will cancel the whole thing.
- The third mode, Automatic mode, essentially functions the exact same as Semi-Automatic mode with one key difference, it won't show you a window between folders. So therefore, Automatic mode makes Folder Axe split all the folders without any interaction from you.
The other minor feature I've added to Folder Axe is the ability to retain your settings, except for whether or not you'd like to protect Zip files, and the password you'd do that with. Other than that, I've fixed, as you can probably imagine, numerous bugs.
So that's about it! Now for those of you thinking, "Hey! What about the feature I sent in that you said you were going to work on!?" Well, I had two choices, either implement all the things I said I would and wait until probably next weekend, if not later, to release version 6.0; or do these two things, release 6.0, and attempt to do the other suggestions and release again hopefully next weekend. I chose the latter, so just calm down, I haven't forgotten you.
Anyways, I know this was really long, so if you're still reading, thanks! I hope you all enjoy Folder Axe 6.0! Here's a link to the Folder Axe Changelog.
PS: I may or may not release further information about Bram in the coming days, but if I do, it'll be on the Bram program page, not here on the blog.