Opened 17 years ago

Last modified 17 years ago

#133 closed Bug report

Local directory tree goes beyond C:

Reported by: anonymous Owned by:
Priority: low Component: Other
Keywords: Cc: links2learning, Alexander Schuch, Tim Kosse
Component version: Operating system type:
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Description

When browsing the local tree, when one arrives at the root
directory (C:\) there is still a folder in the interface for going to
the "parent" directory of C:\. When clicked upon, it goes to "\",
showing the drive letters as part of the directory listing.
However, trying to access any drive letter is impossible since
it goes to "\<drive>\", which doesn't exist. (for example, C:\,
the parent is \, and going to c: again leads to \c:\. The
workaround for now would be to type in the drive letter at the
"local site".

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Changed 17 years ago by nobody

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At the end, when trying to access C: drive (PNG image, 13KB)

comment:1 Changed 17 years ago by anonymous

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uh..that was on version 1.9.8 for win98se..sorry I forgot that..

comment:2 Changed 17 years ago by links2learning

Hi,
lets say you have drives a:\,c:\, d:\, s;\ and t:\ then you would want to go
above c:\. On Win95, it is listed as MyComputer. As I work over a large
network, I often have drives called x:\ which is a c:\ drive on another
computer on the network.

However, the icons for these drives do not appear in the file listing
pane. So these is a bug at this point.

Come back to me if you wish to chat about this problem.

Cheers, Clive

comment:3 Changed 17 years ago by links2learning

Hi,
lets say you have drives a:\,c:\, d:\, s;\ and t:\ then you would want to go
above c:\. On Win95, it is listed as MyComputer. As I work over a large
network, I often have drives called x:\ which is a c:\ drive on another
computer on the network.

However, the icons for these drives do not appear in the file listing
pane. So these is a bug at this point.

Come back to me if you wish to chat about this problem.

Cheers, Clive

comment:4 Changed 17 years ago by Alexander Schuch

This problem seems not to be specific to a certain operation
system as it occours on WinXP, too. I'm using FileZilla 1.9.8
as well.

comment:5 Changed 17 years ago by Tim Kosse

This problem has been fixed, a beta version is already
available: http://filezilla.sourceforge.net/beta.htm

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