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|#10204||duplicate||updated to v 188.8.131.52- certifcate issues|
after installing update to v 184.108.40.206 i receive certificate notification on some of the servers I connect to. Once I hit ok to ignore the cert error, I am unable to connect to that server
|#11934||rejected||update.filezilla-project.org using self-signed certificate|
Attempting to connect to update.filezilla-project.org is failing due to HSTS and the server using a self-signed certificate rather than a public CA or Let's Encrypt.
|#4909||wontfix||update to 220.127.116.11 doesn't clean up hot-key shortcut|
Small bug, not devastating, but perhaps easy to fix --
I use a desktop icon and hot-key of Ctrl-Shift-Z (I know, odd choice, but I doubt the choice matters for this bug) to start FileZilla. When I updated to 18.104.22.168, the installer over-wrote my desktop icon with a new, clean one.
The new icon lacks the hot-key setting. That's fine, I don't mind setting it up again. But the old hot-key setting is STILL ACTIVE -- sitting in the registry I guess. So there is no easy way to get rid of it. I uninstalled FileZilla altogether, then re-installed. Hot-key remained.
It is possible to open the icon, then Properties, then Shortcut: and type a new shortcut hot-key combination. Then I have two of them. If I try to enter ctrl-sh-Z at that point (for documentation, or because of naively trying to re-establish the hot key setting), then instead, instances of FileZilla keep opening.