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|#10981||wontfix||Remote drag and drop does not set icon position|
When dragging a file from the remote pane to the desktop, the position of the icon of the file being copied should be set according to the location of the mouse cursor at the point that the mouse button was released.
Instead, the icon is simply placed into the next available position automatically by Explorer.
Note that this does not happen when dragging a file from the local pane to the desktop: this does place the icon exactly where it was dropped. Only the remote pane is affected.
As an example, imagine you have two displays, with display 1 as the primary, and FileZilla on this display. Should you drag one local file and one remote file to display 2, the local file will be deposited exactly where you dropped it, but the remote file will be placed automatically by Explorer and will be behind the FileZilla window, somewhere amongst your other icons.
This did affect XP (some old version of FileZilla), and it's still present in the latest FileZilla 64-bit in Windows 10 (3.21.0).
|#11135||fixed||Overloaded button underlines in "Files currently being edited" dialog|
Within the "Files currently being edited" dialog, the bottom buttons include:
The buttons need separate underlines (or whatever they're called!)
|#12301||rejected||Update checks are still run with update checking disabled|
Configuration: disable update checks using Edit → Settings → Updates → FileZilla updates → Check for FileZilla updates automatically = Never Expected behaviour: no update checking Actual behaviour: a nag window appears titled “Check for Updates” with the message “Unfortunately information about the new update could not be retrieved. Either you or your system administrator has disabled checking for updates …”
The only two ways that the program can display this message are a) the program has psychic powers that allow it to magically know about updates without checking, or b) it checked for updates when explicitly instructed not to do so.
The program violates the aforementioned setting. If update checking is disabled, then update checking must not occur. Instead, the program checks for the update and then chooses not to tell you anything about it, as if that somehow constitutes not checking. If update checking is disabled, the program must refrain from making any attempt to check. Otherwise, that setting is virtually meaningless. The only thing it does do is prevent downloading the update installers, but if that is what it is intended to do, the setting needs to say “Download updates automatically and display update changelogs” with a notice below it that update checks cannot be disabled, because the user interface and behaviour must match each other. The program cannot be allowed to disobey the user’s instructions. If the setting exists, it must behave exactly as it indicates.