Remote Drag-Move shows (+) "copy" icon above cursor
|Reported by:||RealGrouchy||Owned by:|
|Component version:||126.96.36.199||Operating system type:||OS X|
|Operating system version:||10.10.5|
On OSX, when I click and drag a file between folders on the same remote server, the green plus sign icon appears above the cursor.
In the OSX vernacular, this suggests that the file will be copied, i.e. a copy of the file will remain in the source location. For example, in Finder, when moving files between local folders, clicking and dragging moves a file, whereas pressing the option key while clicking and dragging causes the green plus sign icon to appear and a copy of the file will be moved to the new location, leaving the original file in the original location.
Instead of copying the file as the green plus sign suggests, clicking and dragging causes FileZilla to move the file and not retain it in the original location.
This could lead users to believe that they have copied a file when in fact they have moved it.
Therefore, this copy icon should not appear.