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  • Started 19 years ago by kac
  • Latest reply 19 years ago from Jim Matthews
  • kac Member

    First, I've read a few feature requests from people wanting to have a warning box come up to verify that you are sure that you want to overwrite a file. I don't know exactly what level they are referring to, but please make it an option. I drag and drop so many files that the thought of having to click "okay" or "over-write" every time would be a big hassle.

    Okay, for my prefs.
    Customizable key commands for all functions. put, get etc., it would sure be a lot easier to hit commandand have the navigation window pop up,

    Having clickable boxes for permissions. The window would look something like it is now, but instead have the permissions preset, so if you want 755 you click just one box. It seems that of all the permissions I've set, there are maybe 4 that I've used, 644, 666. 755, 777. Maybe a button at the bottom of the window to allow for different permissions.

    One other thing, don't know if this is a good suggestion or not, but to be able to click multiple items...I know that you can now, but they have to be situated next to each other. If I upload 50 files and 25 need permissions set to 755 and 10 need to be set to 777 it would be easier to go through and select all the 755 files, set permissions, then select all the 777s. Don't know if that made too much sense.

    Fetch is the best. I've tried pretty much all the others out there and I keep coming back. Keep up the good work.


    Posted 19 years ago #

  • Jim Matthews Administrator

    Thanks for the suggestions -- we'll take them into consideration as we develop the next version.

    I should note that you can currently select multiple files (or folders) in the file list by holding down the shift key (to select a bunch of items in a row) or command key (to select one at a time).


    Jim Matthews
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 19 years ago #

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