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#8097 worksforme Could Not Connect To Server Bethany Gibbs
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I sign into my Filezilla account just about every day to check on incoming work for my home business. Today, when I tried to login, I received the "Could Not Connect To Server" Error. This is how it looks:

Error: Could not connect to server Status: Waiting to retry... Status: Connecting to 174.32.139.150:21... Error: Connection timed out Trace: CFtpControlSocket::ResetOperation(2114) Trace: CControlSocket::ResetOperation(2114) Error: Could not connect to server

It is vital that I have filezilla up and running for my business. I have checked other tickets for problems connecting to the server and I cannot find the help I need. Please HELP!

#11570 duplicate Selection of Multiple Files in FileZilla Bezian
Description

When left mouse-click and dragging a marquee around multiple files the marquee "jumps" to the right cutting off the view of the file names on the left.

#7875 duplicate Upper and lower case problems in FileZilla and OS X Big_Berny
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I notices a huge bug in Filezilla 3.5.3 (and older) when using it on Mac OS X: If you edit two files with different capitalization FileZilla get's confused and in worst case it overwrites the wrong file.

  1. Create a Test.txt and a test.txt in different directories (A and B) on the server
  2. Write click on both files and chose "View/Edit".
  3. Edit Test.txt and save it.
  4. FileZilla notices the change and asks if it should upload test.txt in A and then it asks again if it should upload Test.txt in A. So afterwards you have a test.txt and a Test.txt in Folder A.

Unfortunately I can't reproduce how it overwrites the file but it clearly happens as my style.css and Style.css got messed up two times! And as you can see with the 4 steps I described there seems to be a problem somewhere.

AFAIK the problem doesn't occur in Windows!

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