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Display file sizes as per Finder / localisation? #12090

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cyberduck opened this issue Jan 22, 2006 · 2 comments
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Display file sizes as per Finder / localisation? #12090

cyberduck opened this issue Jan 22, 2006 · 2 comments
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cyberduck commented Jan 22, 2006

bff66ff created the issue

The sizes of files in the Cyberduck browser are listed as things like '366B', '1.0kB'. Finder would display these as '366' [well, rounded to the disk block size], '1 KB' and also do it right-justified.

I'm not sure how this is controlled (specified in the program, or as part of the localisation), but could Cyberduck be set to make them look more conventional with the Finder in Mac OS X?

[Perhaps, also have an option to display folders as '--', to make them more consistent.]

Thanks.


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cyberduck commented Jan 22, 2006

@dkocher commented

Could you be more specific with examples what doesn't look right to you.

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cyberduck commented Jan 22, 2006

bff66ff commented

See the attached screenshot -- I don't know if the difference is caused by my localisation (I'm set to United Kingdom).

The key differences:

  • size is left-justified in Cyberduck, right-justified in Finder
  • space between unit (KB/MB/GB/etc.) and number
  • use of small 'k' vs upper-case 'K'

Cosmetic, I agree, but would be nice to neaten it up! Obviously not high-priority!

Thanks for the prompt response.

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