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Dockable 'Transfers' #2698

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cyberduck opened this issue Oct 29, 2008 · 1 comment
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Dockable 'Transfers' #2698

cyberduck opened this issue Oct 29, 2008 · 1 comment
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cyberduck commented Oct 29, 2008

d7a9c7f created the issue

Hi there dear Cyberduck-team,

First of all: I loooove cyberduck! Congratulations on that one!

Secondly I would like to present a feature-request: The dockable 'Transfers' window.

I like my workspaces (9 spaces in macosx) nice and tidy. I use any of these spaces for 1 specific project. Working on more projects simultaniously I switch from space to space quite often. Each space has it's own cyberduck browser window so I can access files on the right ftp-server right away. The only down-thing is that I constantly have to drag the 'Transfers' window from space to space if I want to see the progress of my down- and uploads. My suggestion would be to make the 'Transfers' window 'dockable'. In other words, I'd like to have this window to be the bottom frame of any open cyberdock browser. This way I whenever I have the focus on a cyberdog browser window I could check my progresses right there.

Just a thought....
Excuse me for my english, I'm not a native...

greets

Remy Blom (NL)

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cyberduck commented Oct 30, 2008

@dkocher commented

As a workaround you may want to choose in the Preferences to transfer files using the browser connection.

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