Using a browser as an ftp client is annoying. There are plenty of good, free FTP clients out there; there is generally no need to use your browser, which can have many difficulties in some areas of ftp transfer.T-BOT said:Anyone using their computer internet browser as an FTP softwre to updload and download files from your site ?
Now Twinge, it sounds like you cant get it to work ????Twinge said:
it's about browsers not being built for ftp and them performing sub-par in that area. Yes the work for ftp; but not as well as clientys made for ftp alone. It's hard to come up with a specific list, but I've heard of (and personally had) enough problems using a broswer for ftp that it was WELL worth switching to an actual ftp client. I'm currently using Filezilla (as I linked previously); before that, I was using LeechFTP which was also good.T-BOT said:Now Twinge, it sounds like you cant get it to work ????
What could be so annoying about Drag and Drop.
You simply drag and drop your files from one window to the other. How much simpler can it be ?
For the same reason you don't use Java to access telnet: using the right tool for the job is usually easier in the long run than using what happens to be at hand.T-BOT said:But if you're just uploading/downloading files and you use winsdows, why not just use your browser for that...
It's great for sending big files, but after using it a few times my spam went from 0 to 100+ penis enlargement emails A DAY. Maybe it is a coincidence, but I'm thinking it's payback for using their free service. Did you have the same problem, Fluid?Fluid said:
Ands this is why it's handy to have an alternate email address to use for signups. Whenever I sign up for nearly anything I use a seperate email address which I can check if need be (often times you need to verify a real email address), but that way most of the spam goes to it instead of my main email address.rlfreshwater said:It's great for sending big files, but after using it a few times my spam went from 0 to 100+ penis enlargement emails A DAY. Maybe it is a coincidence, but I'm thinking it's payback for using their free service. Did you have the same problem, Fluid?
Designated ftp-clients will automatically select send/receive mode (ASCII or binary) better. That's crucial.T-BOT said: