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Core FTP 1.1c Released

 
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 01, 2003 5:22 am    Post subject: Core FTP 1.1c Released Reply with quote

Core FTP 1.1c was released today.

It addresses the following additions and fixes:

Per-site proxy settings.
Drag/drop fixes (problems with highlighted items, flicker, incorrect dropping, explorer drag/drop added).
Drag/drop to Queue/Transfer Manager.
Extra registration checking (for problems when pasting reg from email).
Sorting directory listings by date.
Prompting before moving of files (must set in general opts if using prev. ver).
Fix to start remote directory in site profiles.
Fix to 'Overwrite all' on upload.
Misc GUI issues with the Queue.
SSL only loaded when needed - memory requirements on load now at ~5,700-5,800K (one if not the lowest of any current 32-bit ftp client for Windows).

(Core FTP 1.1c was updated on 7/7/03 to address icon selection problem).

Please post a messsage or contact support of any issues!

The Core FTP Team Very Happy
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