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Reload button in Transfers window not working #3203

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cyberduck opened this issue May 19, 2009 · 1 comment
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Reload button in Transfers window not working #3203

cyberduck opened this issue May 19, 2009 · 1 comment

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented May 19, 2009

da3353e created the issue

I need to download the same files repeatedly, because they change on the server. I download them manually the first time by selecting them and dragging from the cyberduck browser window to my local window. Then I want to select that download in the Transfers window scrolling history and just click on Reload each time I want to repeat the same download. This worked in 3.0.3, but has not worked in any of the versions since then. In all the lastest versions, some of the files transfer as zero size, some of the time, but I never know when it will mess up. Shouldn't the Reload function as I described? Please help. I'm connecting from a Mac (10.5.7) to a Sun using SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol).

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@cyberduck cyberduck commented Jul 21, 2009

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Problem resolved now in Cyberduck 3.2.1 (4293). Release notes with 3.2.1 describe bugfix to "Overwrite action causes empty downloaded file" problem from ticket #3252. Sound similar to problem I described. The last rev I was able to run Cyberduck without this problem was 3.0.3 (4205). Please close this ticket.

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