I guess you mean with "normal" files all files which do not match the patterns in the first block. Correct?
Which statement in your script tells the Defragmenter to put all remaining files at the slow end?
Actually, there is none, like I said in the comment below the script. Moving them to the very end is not a good idea in my opinion, but if you want to move them to the end of the volume replace all three lines in the last FileActions block with "MoveToEndOfDisk()".
Thank you for the reply.
But maybe I am stupid but I still miss the/your core statement about how MyDefrag knows where to put the files onto the disc. If you read my initial posting then you can see that I want to split all files into two groups AND put them onto opposite ends of the hard disc.
One group fo "special" files (filtered by your first FileSelect filter) and a second group of all remaining files (matched by your second FileSelect statement).
Fine so far. Now we have a splitting.
But how does MyDefrag Script analyser/parser engine knows that all the files matched by the first FileSelect statement should be move to the beginning of the hard disc and all remaining to the other end? Yes, I know its not recommendable but I would like to know it.
You mentioned the command "MoveToEndOfDisk()". But I cannot see this statement in your script code.
So are all the files put on the fast end? But this is not what I initially wanted/asked.
Furthermore in this case the two FileSelect statements wouldn't make sense.
What advantage should a split with two FileSelects have if all files are merged at the end into fast end again?