Hmmm I'm torn guys!! I've thought of both these methods previously too - Going 1 step beyond Haldi's suggestion I thought I could automatically copy music to a Music folder, photos to a Photos folder etc.
Problem here is, what if it's a big folder of mixed files? Also, if I just copied to a standard /MissingLink folder on the Android device, when you've copied it you still need to then open up a File Manager and navigate to /MissingLink and copy it to /sdcard/Music for example. So that seems much worse than the existing functionality doesn't it? Sure if it's just 1 file and you don't mind where it ends up this seems easier... Maybe I need both the "copy" and the "quick download" button. One other thing is I want to make "copy" work in any scenario... currently you can only:
Copy from your device, paste on another
Copy from other device, paste on yours
I want to make it so you can also:
Copy on device X and paste on Y (neither are yours)
Copy on your device and paste on yours
RASTAVIPER: I also thought of having the 2 panels showing source & destination folders... and infact still intend to put this in a future version. Problem here is with screen space. It would work really well on a tablet, but on a phone I already had a hard time shoving in the device name and path, putting it side by side I think would be quite squashy (especially on a < 5" phone).
I definitely need to make some changes, as that current icon isn't recognised I think. Whaddaya reckon?
Solid explorer for example is very popular in phones no matter the size of screen because it has dual panels.
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