Opened 8 years ago
False warning “Target file already exists”
|target file already exists
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|Windows 7, service pack 1, 64-bit
I appreciate there would be considerable overhead in continually refreshing the display of the remote system so I’m not asking for that. However, I think it would be beneficial to automatically refresh the details of any files(s) about to be uploaded. Allow me to explain.
I upload FRED.TXT to a Linux server. On that server I discover a problem so I delete FRED.TXT from the remote system. Having locally modified FRED.TXT I attempt to upload the revised file, which produces a warning: “Target file already exists” even though it doesn’t.
Of course, if I had clicked the icon for “Refresh the file and folder lists” this message would not appear.
My question is as follows: can FileZilla automatically check to see if FRED.TXT still exists on the remote system?