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Auto save queue on exit

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#1 J

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Posted 22 February 2003 - 11:34 AM

Hi ..
I was gonna ask where you turn on the auto save global queue on exit feature, because my queue never gets saved unless I do it manually. I always shut down SmartFTP the way I shut down my other always-run applications - by the Windows Shutdown before I go to sleep. Then I saw the posts from some other user, Uxurious, who asked the same question and was told by the developer team that SmartFTP saves the queue when you shut it down manually, and apparently that should be enough for everybody. Can this really be true? Is there no way to get SmartFTP to save the global queue when it receives the shut-down signal from Windows? I'm tired of uploading and downloading the same stuff twice because the queue isn't saved after emptying...
The program is great, though, in all other respects ;)
Best regards,

#2 fnheiden

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Posted 22 February 2003 - 12:09 PM

I think it's WM_ENDSESSION which is posted to all applications when a windows shutdown occurs.

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#3 J

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Posted 23 February 2003 - 09:32 PM

Well then, how hard can it be to let SmartFTP save its global queue when it receives this signal?

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