Copy/Move Folder with the same Name is really poorly programmed!
If I have two Folders and both of them has the same Name (each of them are on another Location of course) and I would now centralize the two Folders in ONE Location, then I would move (or copy) the first Folder to the Location where the second Folder is located. So far so good.
But now Bridge Shows me a message like this: "The folder XY already exists. [Fix it automatically], [Replace], [Cancel]"
If the first Folder contains only 1 file and the second Folder lets say 5 files, if I choose "Replace", THE HOLE SECOND FOLDER WITH THE 5 FILES IN IT WOULD BE REPLACED! That's really poorly programmed!
If I do so in Windows Explorer, the second Folder would automatically supplemented with the files from the first Folder. That means the second Folder contains 6 files in the end, if there are no double file names.
That's smart and useful.
In Bridge if I choose "Fix it automatically", there will be and Folder "xy" and a Folder "xy1" in the end. That's poorly too.
That could be really well improved.
Maybe you could use the copy/move Features from Explorer? I don't know If you could use their API for this.
But if not, it would be really helpful if you could improve this experience.
Please look at all the possibilities from Windows Explorer, theese are really good.
Thanks a lot
Even in version 13 this isn´t optimized :-(
That´s the same thing I want to write...
E.g. ACDSee would do this since years, why a such great company implement this function not yet?