Jibberish

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  1. Well it doesn't let me choose my c:\ SSD from that list, it seems to only enumerate the USB devices.
  2. Here is my current setup. I have a laptop with 16 GB of RAM, an internal 256 GB SSD, and an external USB 3.0 1TB drive that gets about 60MBps on a good day. I have almost all my games installed on the external drive and basically use Dimmdrive to host them while I play. Since I only have about 12 GB of available RAM to play with, that leaves me with either slow performance or having to very carefully select certain files when I want to play certain games. My feature request is the following, Is there any way to make a persistent folder on the SSD so that I can select the files I want to go to the Dimmdrive, and then automatically cache all of the remaining files to that SSD automagically? When Dimmdrive closes it doesn't even have to delete those SSD files (Hence the usage of the word persistent) and so the next time I want to play the game it only loads the necessary files into the RAM drive and if necessary updates the ones on the SSD. Essentially a primary and secondary Dimmdrive with the SSD being the secondary. Or some version of that process anyway... OK, thanks and I love the program! P.S. Very much looking forward to the list option.
  3. Awesome response, and I can't wait for this in the next release. I agree with IceBadger regarding mimicking the Steam UI for search functionality.
  4. I figured this was really the only fair way to address this issue: But in all fairness it's really super annoying spending 10 minutes using a super touchy scroll bar to slide icons from left to right. Please please please for the sake of usability add a simple vertically-scrolling, scroll-wheel enabled list option for the games. Thanks!
  5. So how do you get around Ubisoft's stupid Uplay? I tried playing one of my games on Steam that I had never played before "Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction" and I cannot get it to work because of the Uplay launcher/marketplace. This absurd program of theirs resides as a separate installation in "C:\Program Files (x86)\Ubisoft\Ubisoft Game Launcher\Uplay.exe" and I can't figure out how to get it working with Dimmdrive. Any ideas how to get around this would be most appreciated! Thanks!