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Using sftp, when you upload to a Mac OS X directory ~/Users/joeblow/Public/Drop\ Box/, the user does not have permission to view somebody else's drop box. But every time you try to upload a file into a drop box, Cyberduck seems to want to always list the destination remote directory after uploading, so you always have to dismiss an error panel.
One solution would be a Don't tell me this error again checkbox in the panel that shows the permissions error. Then at least it would only tell you once per session. A better implementation might be a preference to just never report a directory listing permission error when trying to retrieve a listing from a closed folder you just dropped something on.
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Maybe related to this is the drag & drop handling. Cyberduck tries to list the FTP folder on rollover. When it's a write protected FTP folder it generates an error. When dragging a file to the FTP directory you sometimes roll over other directories in order to get the one you want to drop it into, generating this error; a bit annoying.