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Copy URL not QUITE what could be useful... (3 posts)
- Started 10 years ago by xodiaq
- Latest reply 10 years ago from xodiaq
Especially when posting files to share, (i.e; messageboards like this, or posting files to send to clients w/o using email (MUCH more convenient)) the "Copy URL" function doesnt really do it, you have to edit whats copied... any way to add a function to have Fetch open that directory window in the default browser (would only work if indexing is on) or giving an HTTP friendly link to the file or directory from the fetch window?
It may sound small and stupid, but for me I think that would be a huge time saver, especially on days where im so stressed out I cant do that directory math in my head... subdirectoryin directoryat did i name that folder...
Scott McGuire Administrator
Thanks for the feedback.
Both "open in browser" and a way to copy HTTP-friendly links are features we are considering for future versions of Fetch.
2 out of 2!
Fantastic! Allow me to put my full weight and support behind either or both!
Thanks for the fast response!
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