Web browser style download links and Manual transfers
|Reported by:||Andor Los||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||manual download; weblink||Cc:||alos@…|
|Component version:||3.27||Operating system type:||Windows|
|Operating system version:||Win7|
Sometimes you get ftp download links that are formatted in such a way that they contain username and passwords in the downloadlink. such as:
When you copy/paste this link in your browser the download will simply start.
If you extract the required informations from the link (site; remote folder; username; password and filename) and use the 'Manual Transfer (Ctrl+M)' function of filezilla then it doesn't work.
It looks like this is because filezilla always tries to get a directory listing and possibly some other information, which the remote server refuses.
Would it be possible to add a feature that does simply start downloading without any other actions that could be blocked by the remote server? Or a check box in the manual download to disable asking for remote listings.
Alternatively a url bar in the manual download dialog into which the user can paste the URL and filezilla automatically extract the information and starts the download.