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Yup, I'm aware of that. That will be in the documentation and come down to user discretion of use. <grinning> The features will be build in however. It would be recommended to the user to create different objects or even seperate programs to do different tasks and not to mix mirroring with deletions, sync'ing with copying etc. But it will all be bundled in the same module and interface.

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