When I'm copying a file > 4 GB to a FAT32 pendrive, it copies it until it reaches ~4 GB and then says the drive is out of space. This is ridiculous for at least two reasons:
- It took me a while to figure out why it says "out of space" when there's still more than 20 GB of free space (simplest solution -- maybe the message could just suggest that the file is too big?)
- DOpus could have told me earlier -- at the very beginning of copy operation -- instead of wasting my time waiting for operation that has no chance of finishing
Here's similar topic: There is not enough space on the disk
I understand that it might not be possible to detect max file size on network disks (like in the linked topic) but you can do that on pendrives, is that correct?