Process: Open a connection and get a list view of FTP target disk. Drag and drop a folder from the Finder (OS 10.4.7 PPC) onto a target folder icon and the transfer window shows multiple connections being opened simultaneously. The second connection is a duplicate and causes "File exists, overwrite" messages for files being uploaded from the first open connection. If, in the transfer window, you open the target folder (double-click to expand that directory) and drag a folder from the finder into the list window directly, you only get one connection open and the transfer behaves as expected.
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When you open a connection to an FTP server and get a list of files and folders, the folders are represented by folder icons in the list. If you do not expand the folder to show the contained files and just drop a file or folder (from the Finder) onto the target folder's icon in the list in CyberDuck's main connection window, CyberDuck will open two duplicate connections (viewed in the status window). If you expand the folder in the target list and drag your source files into the list under the target folder's icon, it behaves as expected and only opens one upload connection.