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|#8679||duplicate||Windows x64 version of FileZilla Server|
I use often your product (FileZilla Server) and I think it's useful.
I'm technician and I also work with Windows PE.
With a x86 Windows PE, no problem. But with a x64 Windows PE, FileZilla Server can't run because it's not a x64 native exe.
With new computers and EFI, only Windows PE x64 can run, and because Windows PE x64 don't have the WOW64 subsystem, x86 exe don't run.
Please, do you plan a native x64 version, even alpha or beta ?
If you need it, I can be a beta tester.
Thank you ;)
|#9758||rejected||Transfer error in version 188.8.131.52|
Hi, i installed FileZilla Client 184.108.40.206 from the filezilla Screen today After Installation all of my Uploads failed with error message after reaching 100%. Filezilla shows an smaller target file size, perhaps 4096 but 1.566.348
Then i used another pc with an older Version of filezilla. After Connection I found the uploaded file with the full size on the target device. The file was OK.
|#4472||fixed||Sumary status onm selected files/directories is wrong if multiple selection is used|
The summary status on number of selected files / bytes is wrong (too many files) if multiple files are selected using CTRL, SHIFT+CTRL keys. once wrong, the status stays wrong until a single files is selected. Also the sum of file sizes is wrong. It looks like a file is calculated in two times if it was selected using CTRL+left mbutton if CTRL+SHIFT+left mbutton is pressed to extend the selection. The wrong behaviour exists both for local and remote file selections.
Example / how to reproduce:
Example attached (see ..._ex1.png)
Additional info: The problem always starts when you use CTRL+SHIFT+MOUSE. e.g. select single file 1, CTRL+SHIFT+click file 5 shows "6 files selected", although only 5 are selected. if I continue to CTRL+SHIFT+LMB click alternating on file 1 and file 5 there are still only 5 files selected, but status grows by +5 files (and their size) everytime I do this.
Example attached (see ..._ex2.png)