Re: "R" PAGE
A bug has been discovered which occurs when storing on optical disk
sound file exceeding 32 Megabytes in length. I wanted to let
about a work-around in case any of you will be needing to do this.
€WHAT'S GOING WRONG: (skip if you don't care to know)
When you click on a filename displayed on the R-page, then click the
"Store" button, the system thinks that the file's length is its actual
length modulo 32 Megabytes (this means the remainder left after dividing
it's actual length by 32).
a 33 Megabyte file will be saved as a 1 Megabyte file
a 63 Megabyte file will be saved as a 31 Megabyte file
a 65 Megabyte file will be saved as a 1 Megabyte file
and so on.
€HOW TO WORK AROUND IT:
Sound files exceeding 32 Megabytes in length will be correctly stored
optical disk if you use the following roundabout method:
Click on the subcatalog's name rather than the filename, then click
"Store Catalog" button. Use the "VERIFY" mode so that you can
files you don't want to store. Once the intended file is stored,
click the "Abort" button.