if deepest directory in local pane is deleted, filezilla should try parent directory recursively before defaulting to filesystem root
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FileZilla remembers the local directory path from the last time you ran FileZilla. But if the deepest local directory is deleted, it instead defaults to the filesystem root, which I think is far from optimal.
Let's say that the last local directory was:
And some time between closing FileZilla and opening it again, you delete the "store" directory.
FileZilla's current behavior is to set the local path to filesystem root:
Whereas I think it would be a lot nicer if FileZilla placed the user in the closest parent directory possible, in this case: