File transfer shortcut keys

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File transfer shortcut keys

Postby Guest » 2004-09-06 22:33

I didn't see any mention of this already, but the file transfer window could use some hotkeys, in particular
Right-Arrow to enter the currently highlighted folder
Left-Arrow to go to the parent folder
It would be nice to be able to type in the name of the folder and have the cursor move in the current window to the folder name that I was typing. I suppose I could do this if I typed the opening parenthesis but I'd rather not have to do that: too error prone. My touch typing is good on the letters but not numbers or special characters.
Also Pressing F2 to rename the currently highlighted file / folder would be nice.
Thanks in advance for any work you can accomplish on these.
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Postby UltraSam » 2004-09-07 07:39

I'm currently working on *major* FileTransfer improvements :)

File/Directory rename should be available in the next FT version.
Will see if I can easely add shorcut keys. Not sure...
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Postby Wonderland » 2004-09-18 17:47

UltraSam wrote:I'm currently working on *major* FileTransfer improvements :)

That's good to know. This is a great application, and the -only- one I've gotten to work through our Tunnel of all we've tried.

In your major FileTransfer improvements, will it show the transfer rate, or at least an approximate time-remaining?

Thanks!
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Postby UltraSam » 2004-09-18 21:10

Transfer rate display is planned... going to see if I can add an estimate remaining time somewhere in the window...

Currently testing Aynschronous file transfers (screen updates at the same time) and Delta/Resume Transfer (only the changed/remaining parts of the file are resent.

All seems to work :)
So I work on improving the GUI userfriendlyness a little.
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Postby Wonderland » 2004-09-19 01:34

That's excellent!
We only discovered Uvnc a few days ago and already it's come in handy for troubleshooting my partner's computer settings.
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