And, as usual, I feel that need to correct something:
"On how I transfer my stuff with needing a TOS/DOS compatible partition.
Downside is that you cannot access in a pure TOS desktop environment."
TOS/DOS compatible may be only FAT16 - since TOS can only it (+ FAT12, but that's for floppies) .
FAT32 is handled by better hard disk drivers, so Hddriver too. They do simpler part: mounting such partition and accessing it on low level + byte swap. The harder part is done by Mint (but can with MagiC too) .
What we call here TOS/DOS compatible, (and I'm one of people who designed such partitioning + SW for) is FAT16 with special parameters, so same partition can be accessed under popular new OS-es as Windows, Linux - it is seen as DOS type. TOS sees it as AHDI (TOS, GEMDOS) type - where logical sector size is different than in DOS type.
So, it is done specially for pure TOS (desktop) environment. To add that there is LFN possible in FAT16 too - of course, there was no FAT32 in 1995, when Windows 95 was launched. However, because LFN can make problem in TOS, it is blatantly filtered out with my drivers
Famous Schrodinger's cat hypothetical experiment says that cat is dead or alive until we open box and see condition of poor animal, which deserved better logic. Cat is always in some certain state - regardless from is observer able or not to see what the state is.