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#93 2 probable bugs anonymous

The first, when I delete something in version 1.9 final, not the new 1.9.1 version (going to test this one now), the file would remain there, a refresh problem like in the prior version, except now it deals with deleting.

The second, when I try to upload a file it crashes the client, using windows 2000 pro, tried to upload a 1kb htaccess file in text format and it crashed, it's not really reproducable so I don't know the problem, so... and I am going to 1.9.1, will see if this one fixes it and the other.

#4948 fixed 2 tabs: 1 tab works, other won't upload Jim Michaels

this was using 3.3.0beta2.

  1. create 2 tabs with the same connection in each.
  2. go to 2nd tab and try to upload.

filezilla refuses to put anything in the queue.

fixed in 3.3.0rc1

#7993 outdated 2 thread timing issue on transfer to empty directory causes overwrite dialog Brian Bulaw

When transferring a whole directory to an empty directory on a 1GB/sec network, I will randomly get the dialog box to confirm overwrite of the existing file. (Remember that the target directory was empty originally.) I believe there is some kind of logic problem in the way the two copy threads decide which is the next file to copy. I notice this most when one thread is working on a large file and the second thread is working on a bunch of very short files.

Thanks in advance, Brian Bulaw

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