FlashFXP 1.4.1 Beta Build 824

FlashFXP is a powerful and popular FTP & FXP Client for Windows. It is loaded with features for the power user, but has an intuitive user interface that takes only minutes to master. Using the FTP protocol, you can transfer files from remote servers to your computer, or even to another remote server. It allows you to transfer files between two sites (FXP), resume incomplete downloads, synchronize directories, schedule multiple tasks, and more.

What's new:

  • FTP file search window is no longer on top of other applications
  • Internal editor is opened as a seperate window task button
  • The queue list will now scroll up/down during a drag operation
  • Addressed an issue where in some instances uploading failed when using a SOCKS proxy
  • When editing remote bookmarks you can now optionally define a local path
  • Addressed problem renaming site manager groups which contained []
  • When opening a file in the local view, FlashFXP now sets the working directory to the directory in which the file is located
  • Addressed a problem where transferring a drive volume resulted in FlashFXP adding 'C:' to the queue, most ftp servers do not allow ( : ) colon's, FlashFXP will now trim off the ( : )
  • When saving a queue, now you can save the entire queue or just the selection
  • Transfer As/Queue As have been replaced by Shift+Transfer and Shift+Queue
  • Added option to 'Seperately sort folders/links' when unchecked folders/links will be sorted together
  • Fixed bug where under the following circumstances abort was not permitted
  • Queue items can now be marked as failed, so that they can be transferred at a later time
News source: BetaNews

Download: FlashFXP 1.4.1 Beta Build 824

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This is BETA software!, please use caution when installing it on your system

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