I've tried searching this online, but I haven't come across the right button code.
Sorry of the length, but I really need to type it because it's seemingly simple in my imagination - but difficult to articulate...
I have a 'Source' folder named "OBS Recordings" that exists at this path:
A:\Gaming\GTA V\OBS Recordings\
Naturally within my source folder, I have multiple subfolders and files that should be moved:
ex. OBS Recordings\Saturday\video.mp4
ex. OBS Recordings\Sunday\Team Game\video.mp4
I want to move the folder and its contents to a new 'Target' location:
E:\GTA V Backups\
So cutting and pasting the "OBS Recordings" folder would accomplish what I want within the 'Target' folder:
E:\GTA V Backups\OBS Recordings
However the problem is in the 'Source' folder.
In normal move behavior, the "OBS Recordings" folder and all its sub-content is deleted. Instead, I'd like only the files to be deleted - while preserving the folder+subfolder structure.
Does that make sense?
Can I create a button to accomplish this?
The @disable* command modifiers at the top are not required. I added them to prevent accidental execution where wasn't intended. The command should already work for any source folder(s) you have selected.
You can create multiple button/menu items to address each seprate location...
Copy TO "E:\folder1"
Copy TO "E:\folder2"
Otherwise if you want to work with the dual lister and copy the selected source folder to destination side...