startup script command line switch
|Reported by:||Howard Brown||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||ftp command script||Cc:|
|Component version:||3.53.2||Operating system type:||Windows|
|Operating system version:||19|
When I start fileZilla, 99% of the time, I open a specific site in the site-manager, but then I navigate down from the project top-level directory to a sub-directory nested a few levels below that to a sub-directory under the source directory. I still need the project top-level directory so that I can manage other parts of the project such as pictures and css files that are not located in the source directory, but I'd rather not create another site for them.
If a startup script command could be added then I could use ftp-like commands in the script to change into the source directory's sub-directories and display that directory automatically, as I now do almost every time I start fileZilla.
Please understand that I'm using the windows gui interface and not running fileZilla client from the command prompt, and that the start script option that I'm talking about should support the windows gui mode, too.