Opened 10 years ago
Closed 10 years ago
#8416 closed Feature request (invalid)
DOUBLE CLICK FUNCTION
|Reported by:||Ralph Graham||Owned by:||Ralph Graham|
|Keywords:||upload download mouse double click||Cc:|
|Component version:||Operating system type:||Windows|
|Operating system version:||XP|
Double clicking in Filezilla
Double clicking on a file is universally used to
1 open a file if the file’s associated program is open
Example: .html file opens into Firefox
2 open a file’s associated program if not open, then the file into that program.
Example: As above but first opens FF
- open an application/program if the file is an executable file
In my experience the use of double click in FZ is highly unusual, confusing and detrimental.
Double clicking to upload or download a file means those used to double clicking for the above will result in an unintended down or upload. If the settings are set to not ask if you want to replace, then you have just wiped out a file. In addition if you did not know this was the function of double click you may not notice that the down or upload has taken place as there is nothing to indicate the event. So files could be lost without the user even knowing.
FZ has drag and drop AND right click menu to up or download files so the double click is surely not needed.
Double click in the local folder could open the default editor or default browser ans in the remote folder open in appropriate viewer/prog or "no effect."
Please consider changing this function.
Change History (3)
comment:1 by , 10 years ago
|Operating system type:||→ Windows|
comment:2 by , 10 years ago
|Keywords:||upload download mouse double click added|
|Status:||new → accepted|
comment:3 by , 10 years ago
|Status:||accepted → closed|
I do not fully understand the problem.
In FileZilla settings, you can configure what it should do on double click - you can even set it to ignore. And if you configure FileZilla to transfer files on double click and configure it to not ask when overwriting files, this is your intention - you should not wonder that it actually transferred a file and possibly overwrite it without asking.
So I really do not understand why this is a bug. Feel free to reopen if you want to further refine your request.