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PostPosted: 2010-02-23 08:35 
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Hi,

i was wondering if it is possible to "connect" to a (second) local directory instead of a server, so i wouldn't need another file manager for tasks which a perfectly suited for filezilla (except they're local)

what i mean is using filezilla to copy/move files between two local directories without using an ftp server


i hope i could make myself clear

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evok


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PostPosted: 2010-02-23 20:02 
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Not currently possible.


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PostPosted: 2010-02-24 08:20 
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Will this be possible in the near future?

I'm not a programmer myself but this should'nt be to hard to implement, is it?


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PostPosted: 2010-02-24 19:04 
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Not hard, but very tedious.


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PostPosted: 2010-05-02 13:05 
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I'll second the vote for supporting local to local file copying. It would absolutely rock if I could run multi-threaded file copying on my local computer or between my local computer and a remote drive across a VPN.


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