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#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.

#11769 rejected "Watch locally edited files" feature does not update its link when the remote server is changed Airacobra
Description

When the Watch locally edited files and prompt to upload modifications feature is turned on, it does not update its links when the remote server is changed. This may lead to overwriting a wrong remote file.

Consider the following scenario:

  1. Connect to server A.
  2. Download file X from server A to a local folder.
  3. Edit the file X (right-click it in the local folder and select Edit).
  4. Do some edits, save the file, close the editor and return to FileZilla.
  5. You are prompted to upload modified file back to remote server A (so far so good).
  6. Select ‘No’ to close the prompt.
  7. Connect to server B.
  8. Download file X from the server B to the same local folder as in step 2.
  9. Open the new file X in your editor.
  10. Do some edits, save the file, close the editor and return to FileZilla.
  11. Now, you are prompted to upload modified file X back to remote server A!

That is wrong because the file was downloaded from server B and should be uploaded there. If you do not read the prompt carefully, you can easily overwrite the file at the wrong remote server. FileZilla should update its internal link when the monitored file is downloaded from a different location.

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