Now I know about the .RAR handling, with all the automatic stuff, but it would be more userfriendly way perhaps to allow to re-order the handling a bit; currently it start extraction right away when you add the first .RAR by browse window. What I would like
to ask for would be sort of queue-window where one could just add tons of 1st .RAR parts and then just hit the start button, and WBFS Manager would do its tricks, handling one image at a time, for example overnight, when user (Joe Average) would be sleeping,
waking up the morning after with a filled up drive :) Just to avoid confusion, will do a line-by scheme what I'm after here.
1st RAR->extract->add to list (from temp)->2nd RAR->extract->add to list (from temp)
1st RAR ˥
2nd RAR |--> extract RAR1 --> add to drive --> del image1 --> process rar2 (the same way as rar1)... etc. --> rarXX set
3rd RAR ˩