Although it helped me a lot, with thanks to tbone as well, frankly, I hope one day it will be an Opus built in-feature, say Edit->Advanced Paste or something.
Toolbar is getting pretty crowded and... should one wish to install Opus from scratch (on a new computer or new HDD), I assume extra work is required to re-establish all buttons..?
Admittedly, I have not yet encountered such situation, but I would not know if by just restoring the .ocb-backup-settings will also restore all the: .vbs - .dop - .js - .osp -.orp - .ouc - .dcf files with all the toolbar buttons and stuff, especially... when (re)installing Opus on a different partition.
Guess it may be interesting new topic.
I gave it a try and downloaded a 32bit trial on my other machine (there is no Opus on that pc and I hv a license for 1 pc, so a trial is the only way to try it out)
After installing I restored the today's backup and it pretty much the same.
I haven't tried out everything yet - no time, but I take it everything will be the same.
One thing I did try though: I have a vbs script (Date from filename) that changes the modified filedates based on the data-time format in a filename. Works fine on my current pc but got an error in the other one. Error pointing to blanc line in the script, so I have no clue.
Could there be a difference between x64 and 32bit on that matter?
It won't be due to 32/64-bit. More likely different date formats on the PC, but that's quite a long/complicated script and I can't see the example filenames or other details to tell what might be going wrong.
Best to ask in the thread for the script, not this thread about pasting into folders.