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Cannot place more than one FTP destination in Multi Upload

Posted by iamdavinci on 13 November 2009 - 03:40 PM

Hello,

I have done this before the upgrade with no problem.

I will open up multiple FTP locations and drag and drop them into the Multi Upload queue but now since I upgraded to 4.0.1066.0 I can only add one site and it will not allow me to add more. Please let me know what I should do.

Thank you.

iamdavinci

Hello,

I have done this before the upgrade with no problem.

I will open up multiple FTP locations and drag and drop them into the Multi Upload queue but now since I upgraded to 4.0.1066.0 I can only add one site and it will not allow me to add more. Please let me know what I should do.

Thank you.

iamdavinci



Anyone on this.

Bug confirm. We are working on a fix. As soon as we have any updates we will post them here.

Updating status to: Confirmed
Updating version to: 4.0.1066.0

Updating status to: Confirmed
Updating version to: 4.0.1066.0



Also the Destination Folder never goes away. It will remain there even after you remove it. Meaning this - you remove it - close SmartFTP - and when you restart FTP it shows up again.

Thank you for the fix. It has fixed the issues with the Destination window under Mult Upload. :D Thank you. Again to all who may read this - this is the best FTP program out there.

Edited by iamdavinci, 17 November 2009 - 02:56 AM.


Updating status to: Fixed
Issue fixed in: 4.0.1067.0

Install the latest version: http://www.smartftp.com/download

I just bought and downloaded the pro version today and cant get this working.
This is the only reason I bought it.

v 4.0.1072.0

Im doing exactly as the video shows.
Only one folder will move to destination.

running xp home

Edited by charles, 10 February 2010 - 11:17 PM.


There is a bug in the 1072 version. The workaround is to refresh the view manually (use the F5 key for exmaple).





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