Opened 15 years ago
Closed 13 years ago
#2926 closed Feature request (fixed)
Easier resume of failed transfers
|Reported by:||kringlan||Owned by:|
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It takes too many steps to resume failed transfers
I'd like something like a button or context menu alternative such as
"move all failed transfers to queue tab and resume transfer"
This instead of having to mark all failed transfers moving them back to the queue tab, and then resume transfer.
Change History (4)
comment:1 by , 14 years ago
comment:2 by , 13 years ago
Better still. Have FileZilla automatically re-queue & re-process the queue!
I don't even want to know that a transfer has failed at some stage along the way. When I wake up, I want to know that everything I set to upload or download is up or down where I set it to go before going to bed.
It's a bit like the Micro$oft "Are you sure?" pop-up & re-pop-up, which you only find on your screen the next day when you thought you'd copied all those big urgent files to your client's server the day before, before rushing off. Or whatever. Like I'm going to change my mind!
Zero buttons is better. ;-)
comment:3 by , 13 years ago
@Newrone: FileZilla already retries automatically on transfer failures. You only need to manually interfere on persistent errors or if it is not possible to resume (e.g. not supported by server).
comment:4 by , 13 years ago
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Next version will have a requeue all item in context menu.
I second that! A single button to resubmit all failed items back to the queue is an obvious feature all FTP clients should have.