Opened 10 years ago
sending files directly from explorer and have the link copyed automatically
|Reported by:||Mario Loreti||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||email, links, http, destination, link, dropbox, explorer integration||Cc:|
|Component version:||Operating system type:||Windows|
|Operating system version:||Xp|
Hi, I'am a speaker that produces from hit's own studio, and often I use filezilla client to put my files onto the ftp and send the link via email to my customers.
I've been thinking in a facility to send files directly from explorer and copying the destination link into the clipboard. I imagine this: by selecting one or more files, when I click "send to ftp" from the folder context menu', filezilla compresses all the files in a single zip and then send it to an ftp, into a folder that follows the local disk folder structure.
For example, if the file that I have to send is in c:\recordings and is called 1.mp3, I click on 1 with the right mouse button from the folder windows, I select "send to ftp" and it compress and then uploads the file in a folder called recordings, without showing windows. After the process is complete, the http destination link (partially defined by the user) is copied onto the clipboard and a beep or a popup can warn the user about the successful operation.
This adds to filezilla the capability of compressing files that is present into other softwares, and 2 to me is a very useful facilityto send link to files via email, like dropbox but with a own domain or server. Can it be done?