Click to rename files
|Reported by:||Jaison Niehues||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||order, rename, files||Cc:|
|Component version:||Operating system type:||OS X|
|Operating system version:||10.6.2|
Hello, I am a Filezilla 3.3.2 user on Mac OS X 10.6.2. When I am sending my files to a remote server I click and drag them to the right side of the window and release the mouse button, so far so good.
When I am sending just one file, that's when the mess happens:
All files are unselected, OK? I click in one file and the line get's a blue background. When I click again (and hold) to drag the file to the other side of the screen, the line changes to rename. So far, no damage on my files. If I don't do anything, the cursor stays there, to rename the file, if I click outside, it gets renamed OK.
If I click up there to order for filename, filesize or last modified, the file (for renaming, with a cursor for type waiting) stays in the same place on screen, it doesn't go to the place it was supposed to go, stays in front some random file that was ordered there, if you click outside to stop the renaming... I AM SURE THAT THE FILE THAT IS BEHIND, ON THAT POSITION GETS RENAMED TO THE NAME OF THE FILE I WAS RENAMING, AND THIS FILE (THAT I WAS RENAMING) GETS DELETED FOREVER!
I lose a lot of files for this matter.
You can do this to make sure (I just did).
1) Create 5 files: 1.txt, 2.txt, 3.txt, 4.txt, 5.txt, put them in the same directory, open them and just put a number on the file and save them. Then we get: 1.txt = 1. 2.txt = 2, etc...
2) Now open Filezilla and locate the folder. We get this:
Now click ONCE on 2.txt to select this file, then click again on 2.txt (the cursor to rename appears).
3) Now click on filename (up there) to reorder by filename DESC. The screen is now like:
2.txt (to rename) "4.txt is behind this"
4) Now click outside. The 4.txt file just vanishes and if you open 2.txt, what's inside? 4
Now imagine this with a big web system, a lot of files missing and a lot bad renamed. I think it's a pretty serious bug because I use a lot the "Last modified" column to order, to make sure to send the files that was last modified.
Sorry my bad english, it's not my primary language.