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save custom ports??? (2 posts)

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  • Started 22 years ago by sali
  • Latest reply 22 years ago from sali
  • sali Member

    I've just downloaded Fetch4 and I must say that I like what I see. It was about time someone support server2server connections and to see non-standard port numers in Fetch is also great news! However, I can hardly believe that you've forgotten to let users save their port numbers. There's no such field in the "Edit Shortcut" dialog, and it's also not remembered if you set the custom port in the "New Connection" dialog and then chose "Create New Shortcut". Frankly, I'm disappointed. This spoils a product which would clearly be the ftp client of choice otherwise.

    Posted 22 years ago #

  • sali Member

    What a surprise, just did it the old way (host port) and it actually works. Not very consistent the whole thing (why do you let people enter the port in a separate field in the first place?), but it works. Thanks.

    Posted 22 years ago #

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