[quote="jon"]Sorry but this whole concept just seems silly to me.
Opus is designed to do what you tell it. If you tell it to copy some files, it will copy them. Copying files isn't a destructive action - if you copy the wrong files to the wrong place, just delete them afterwards.
We have confirmation for any destructive actions (delete, replace, etc). Anything that can't potentially destroy data doesn't need confirmation.
Opus is a power tool and we expect that the people who are using it will, to some extent at least, know what they are doing. If you don't want to copy some files, don't copy them![/quote]
If that is the opinion of the Dopus team the I have a simple answer - I won't use Dopus. There are plenty of other file managers available just as powerful.
I've been in computing for some 40+ years and written a fair amount of Control System software, I DO know what I am doing but, like everybody else, occasionally make mistakes. A "Do you want to do this..." prompt requires one keystroke to answer. The UNDO feature is not a solution - in fact it is an admission that users (or Dopus) can make mistakes and nullifies your argument "that the people who are using it will ... know what they are doing".
I was going to post some further questions / suggestions in the forum, but I think that will be rather pointless.