Change folder on server automatically
|Reported by:||noahsatellite||Owned by:|
|Component version:||Operating system type:||Windows|
|Operating system version:||XP|
One of the most time saving features of CuteFTP was that it would automatically change the folder on the server as I changed it on the client.
For example, if I started off in a local directory called c:\Users\Noah\Sites\Domain.com\ and remote directory / and I double clicked the local CSS folder to go to c:\Users\Noah\Sites\Domain.com\CSS, CuteFTP would automatically try to visit /CSS/ and from there if I double clicked the directory Admin to go to c:\Users\Noah\Sites\Domain.com\CSS\Admin, CuteFTP would automatically try to visit /CSS/Admin.
CuteFTP works this both ways too. If I then decided to move up one directory on the server so I'm in /CSS/ (instead of /CSS/Admin) it would move me up one directory to c:\Users\Noah\Sites\Domain.com\CSS\ (from c:\Users\Noah\Sites\Domain.com\CSS\Admin\). It was smart too -- it only did this if the directories were named the same; if I was in c:\Users\Noah\Sites\Domain.com\CSS\ locally but /SomeOtherDirectory/ remotely and browsed up a directory remotely to / it would _not_ go up a directory locally.
This feature saves TONS of time for web development.