Or is there another way to do this?
I think it was conscious decision by Photodex to not allow deletion of files from within PSP/PSG because it's used to create. There've been times when I wanted to delete from w/in PSP but I think it's a safer option (usually) to not allow it... (but, I'm probably in a minority! )
Hope this helps.
I think it would be nice.
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Maybe it wasn't such a good idea to copy a whole directory of image files into my workarea. But, when I started, I had no idea where the show was going to go. I just figured PSP would be able to do this for sure.
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Another way to end up with just the files you need is as follows:
Copy you image directory(s) into your 'work directory', (as you have done).
Create your slide show.
Do a 'File>Collect show files', to a specific directory.
This will collect your slides used, music and videos and the working .psh file in a directory structure in the specified directory (everything needed for the show to be reopened without the dross)
You can now delete your entire 'work directory'.
Thanks Al for the signature
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A number of us have put in the request for the ability to delete files. Personally, I find it a tad insulting that Photodex thinks we need to be protected from our desire to delete things. And so what if we delete something we didn't intend to delete? Just restore it from the Recycle bin. Furthermore, why give us the far more destructive ability to delete a folder and not a simple file?
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