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|#5258||fixed||Downloading a file with a colon ":" in it makes 0 byte file|
Whenever I download a single file with a name like "jvm.stdout.2010-03-03-11:18" from my linux server to my Windows XP machine it looks like it's downloading it, but when it's finished, the file is 0 bytes. The file is still renamed properly "jvm.stdout.2010-03-03-11" to support windows naming requirements.
But if I select 2 files, e.g. "jvm.stdout.2010-03-03-11:18" and "localhost.2010-03-03.log", then both files are downloaded properly.
It's only when I select the single file with the colon in it does it not download properly.
But maybe it's not the colon at all. Maybe it's something to do with the file name itself. So please try with the file names I've given you.
|#5262||fixed||(option to) show site manager at startup|
It would be most helpful if Filezilla offered an option to show the Site Manager at startup since 99% of the time that is what I do :-)
|#5267||fixed||Drag drop extremely badly broken on OSX|
Dragging files from remove FTP to local disk will result in unpredictable tranfers. When I drag one file from httpdocs it tranfered the complete httpdocs to local disk.
Once it even renamed a folder "downloads" to "nzbvortex-0.5.0.zip" which was the file I wanted to drag locally.
Very very badly broken now. I've remove the .filezilla from my home and the preferences from ~/Library/Preferences/de.FileZillaxxx and redownloaded the latest stable.
I am very sure I am not making an invalid drag operation.