Your best friend for file transfer.Fetch
A truely stable client (2 posts)
- Started 10 years ago by Kenny
- Latest reply 10 years ago from Scott McGuire
I've tried a number of FTP clinets and Fetch is so far the only one that doesn't choke when uploading thousands of files.
One day I decided to test a few FTP clients. I used one site that has 19 folders with 75 html files in each of the 19. Other FTP clients I tried (Transmit, Captain, RBrowser, SimpleFTP) all crapped out in one way or another.
I do like some other client features like not refreshing when dropping a file onto a folder, droplets, being able to really narrow the window (saves desktop space). But if I can't just drop 1500 files/folders and come back with it done...I just can't use 'em.
Scott McGuire Administrator
Thanks very much for the feedback, Kenny.
Reducing the number of refreshes and droplets are things we're thinking about for future versions of Fetch. (Fetch 5.1 will have a widget that works like a droplet; we realize it's not quite the same, though.)
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