|Reported by:||staltari||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||Cc:||staltari, Alexander Schuch|
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Description (last modified by )
Filezilla is a very cool file transfer application but
it seems to lack a feature surprisingly trivial: user
All users share the same bookmarks that are stored in a
system wide configuration file.
On my home PC there are two users and this is
impractical to find my own bookmark mixed with the
other user's ones, figure it in a more etherogeneous
environment like scools, universitie or offices...
IMHO it should be better and *safer* having them stored
into user's document folder (it can be found, for
example, by inspecting USERPROFILE or HOMEPATH
environment variables), and eventually check for a
common configuration file (for default values or shared
bookmarks) into Filezilla installdir or more
consistently, into the path specified by
ALLUSERPSROFILE environment variable.