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Local File Browser #1864

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cyberduck opened this issue Mar 14, 2008 · 3 comments
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Local File Browser #1864

cyberduck opened this issue Mar 14, 2008 · 3 comments
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cyberduck commented Mar 14, 2008

252fae5 created the issue

I like the way that Cyberduck looks but I would like to make a suggestion to make it easier to use. I have used ftp software in the past and found it really helpful when it displays both sides of the connection. Basically if you split the screen into two, the left side would be the local side of the connection - which would be my machine - and the right side would be the remote side of the connection. This way when you upload files you would be able to drag and drop in one window and not use two different windows to do so. Downloading is easy as you set the default as to where you want to store and then go move it when you are done, this would also save the second step as you could place it in the directory you wanted - all in one window.

An example of this would be WinSCP, they offer the choice of using and explorer type window where you copy between two windows and a Norton view, which has both machines in one window. I don't think Cyberduck does this, I have looked but if it does can you let me know how to do it?

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Thanks,

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Take care,
John

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cyberduck commented Apr 9, 2008

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I agree that this would be a brilliant feature to add to Cyberduck. This way there would be no reason to use Fugu, Tranmit, or FileZilla.

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cyberduck commented Apr 20, 2008

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I agree completely. Opening up a second window in the finder is more of a pain. This would result in me not using transmit anymore.

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cyberduck commented Apr 20, 2008

@dkocher commented

Same as #11987 and #12007.

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