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HTML files keep getting ".txt" added (in OS X) (2 posts)

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  • Started 10 years ago by Jonathan Cooper
  • Latest reply 10 years ago from Jonathan Cooper
  • Jonathan Cooper Member

    (Fetch 4.0.3, Mac OS X 10.2.8)
    Every time I upload an HTML file (e.g. "index.html") it ends up on the server with a ".txt" added (e.g. "index.html.txt"). This happens whether I use the "Put Files..." button or just drag files/folders from the Finder to the Fetch window. It didn't happen when I used Fetch 3.0.3 on OS 9. How do I stop this happening? Thanks.

    Posted 10 years ago #

  • Jonathan Cooper Member

    Well, looks like I'm answering my own question :o
    It turns out it was as simple as unchecking "Add .txt suffix to Text uploads" in the Uploads tab of Preferences! Funny, I don't remember having to do that in the previous version I had (3.0.3).

    Originally posted by Jonathan Cooper:

    (Fetch 4.0.3, Mac OS X 10.2.8)
    Every time I upload an HTML file (e.g. "index.html") it ends up on the server with a ".txt" added (e.g. "index.html.txt"). This happens whether I use the "Put Files..." button or just drag files/folders from the Finder to the Fetch window. It didn't happen when I used Fetch 3.0.3 on OS 9. How do I stop this happening? Thanks.

    Posted 10 years ago #

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