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#5567 fixed Image corruption Ken Geller
Description

I was using filezilla to upload some images for my website's background. They are my desktop's wallpaper, and so I thought they would be perfect for my site as well. However, every time I upload any of my wallpaper images, they become corrupt on my server.

I have been able to upload countless other images and files with 0 problems. I cannot fathom what or how these images differ from any other images. I have changed the image type (.jpg to .png), I have tried resizing them to be smaller (from 1920x1080 to 1280x720 and 300x400), to no avail. I have also tried several of my wallpaper images and they all become corrupt on my server using filezilla. I know it is not my server because using my cpanel's upload tool, the images uploaded fine to the same place, with the same other details.

I will attach 2 of my images that corrupt every time I upload.

#5324 rejected filenames startings with # (sharp) Guki
Description

filezilla can`t start downloading via FTP file, what containing sharp in name. part of log ================= Command: RETR #405-Great-Expectations.avi Response: 550 Failed to open file. ================= the same situation with other files, starting with # local filenames encoding utf-8 server encoding CP1251

#10153 rejected Error to process queue files. Agiper
Description

Processor: Intel Core I7 3770k 3.50GHz

Seems that there is an error in the last version 3.10.0.2

When there are 2 or more files to upload in queue, the first file is uploaded successful but the upload of second file and the others fail.

I tested upload the same files using other ftp client (Core FTP - http://www.coreftp.com/ ) and all files of queue where uploaded without error.

I attached a txt file of Filezilla log with the error message.

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