Opened 18 years ago

Last modified 13 years ago

#1581 closed Feature request

An option to leave a desktop shortcut

Reported by: anonymous Owned by:
Priority: normal Component: Unknown
Keywords: Cc: Tim Kosse
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Description

I've tried tons (well, mb's)of ftp clients, I'm
currently using 1.8 version, the one that has the
slight refresh problem, Well to get to the point.
I would think it great option to be able to have at
the users request, a desktop shortcut for a particular
ftp account, ie. ftp.netscape.??? on the desktop to
auto open that site when clicked or ftp.mydomain.com,
to open my personal domain directory.
Thanks,
Mercedes Lopez

Change History (3)

comment:1 Changed 18 years ago by Tim Kosse

Hi Mercedes, that's already possible.
FileZilla supports basic command line options.
Just create a new shortcut on the desktop for FileZilla.
Open the properties for the shortcut and append the server
address as parameter, it may look like this:

"c:\program files\filezilla\filezilla.exe"
username:mypass@ftp.domain.com:21/upload

comment:2 Changed 18 years ago by anonymous

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that's already possible. FileZilla supports basic command

line options. Just create a new shortcut on the desktop for
FileZilla. Open the properties for the shortcut and append
the server address as parameter, it may look like
this: "c:\program files\filezilla\filezilla.exe"
username:mypass@ftp.domain.com:21/upload, this is great, at
first It didn't work, I took it to literally :), then I
changed the parameters like my username, password, ftp
domain, and directory, I've already set it up to launch
different directories, so while it's not automatic it works
very well, thanks for the tip, mercedes

comment:3 Changed 13 years ago by Tim Kosse

This feature has been implemented. Please update to the most
recent version of FileZilla.

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