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#3077 Site Manager: Tabs appear enabled when no sites exist Alexander Schuch clockwerx
Description

Open the site manager for the first time, everything is disabled. Except for the tabs at the top. I can't switch between them, or interact, but they look like I can.

Expected: They shouldn't look clickable. Maybe even replace all of the controls with a textbox: "get started by clicking the new site" button.

#3079 UI: Can't drag and drop from local site to remote site Alexander Schuch clockwerx
Description

You can't drag and drop items between the server and local, local and server.

I'm reasonably sure you could do this in Filezilla 2

Expected: You can drag and drop items to initiate file transfers.

#3085 Crash connecting to FileZilla Server in VMware Alexander Schuch wadebrainerd
Description

I wanted to use FileZilla Client & Server to transfer files between my VMware Workstation host and virtual machine, since VMware's own file sharing is horribly slow!

I first tried the FileZilla 3 beta, and it crashed connecting to the server.

Here are the steps I took:

1) Install VMware on host machine.

  • Download VMware workstation 30 day trial.
  • Create a new Windows XP VM (I used 1GB RAM of my 2GB).
  • Use NAT (not bridging) for the network, inside the Virtual Machine Network properties in VMware.
  • Install Windows XP.
  • Install FileZilla 3.0 beta client in virtual machine.

2) Install FileZilla Server on host machine.

  • Add one user, with a password.

4) Connect to the server from inside the VM.

  • Run ipconfig /all to get the host's IP address.
  • Open FileZilla 3.0 beta.
  • Create a new server in the connections list, specify the username and password.
  • Click Connect in the connections list dialog, FileZilla crashed.

Hope this helps!

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