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Upgrading to Leopard (2 posts)

  • Started 9 years ago by Sandlin
  • Latest reply 9 years ago from Scott McGuire
  • Sandlin Member

    Does anyone know if version 4.0.3 of fetch will work with Leopard? It looks like the upgrade to 5 is just visual not an issue that is compatible. I am stuck in the aiport and doing research.

    Posted 9 years ago #

  • Scott McGuire Administrator

    Hi,

    Fetch 4.0.3 mostly works fine with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard, although there may be a few minor cosmetic glitches.

    The upgrade from Fetch 4 to Fetch 5 is much more than visual. While it does feature a redesigned look, some of its other major new features are:

    * A toolbar containing the most commonly used commands
    * A file list that behaves more like the familiar Mac OS X Finder
    * Shortcuts and recent connections easily accessible in the New Connection dialog
    * Droplet shortcuts - drag files to an icon in your Dock or on your Desktop to upload to your favorite servers; no need to enter connection information
    * Built-in Zip and StuffIt support - compress and upload files in one step
    * WebView - easily view files in your browser and copy web addresses
    * Universal binary for better performance on Intel-based Macintosh computers
    * Improved security - support for SFTP and FTP with SSL (FTPS) connections, the two most common secure file transfer standards; Fetch now stores passwords in the Mac OS X keychain
    * Expanded help with many how-to topics and a complete reference for all of Fetch's windows, menus, and preferences
    * Improved compatibility with NATs, proxies, and firewalls
    * A dashboard widget, Automator actions, and resume upload capability

    Please let us know if you have further questions. And we hope you're not stuck in the airport for too long!

    Thanks,

    Scott McGuire
    Fetch Softworks

    Posted 9 years ago #

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