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URL/HTTP links for files

#1 Post by jinx_you » 2008-08-06 22:25

So, I'm probably asking the stupidest question possible but I'm horrible with anything computer related. I've been looking everywhere and messing around with Filezilla but I still haven't figured out how I can copy the URL/HTTP links for files uploaded onto. I was using SmartFTP before and all I had to do was right click on the file and it'd be available. But, I haven't been able to figure it out for Filezilla yet. If anyone could help, well, it'd be much appreciated.

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Re: URL/HTTP links for files

#2 Post by boco » 2008-08-07 03:14

Not implemented yet.
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Re: URL/HTTP links for files

#3 Post by Stefan1200 » 2008-08-24 17:38

I vote for it :).

It would be nice to have a feature to copy the FTP (and maybe HTTP) link for the selected file to clipboard. Please :smoke:
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Re: URL/HTTP links for files

#4 Post by ogghi » 2008-11-27 17:01

Hello folks, and first i would say: THX! Filezilla is almost perfect...

...but if you could integrate this feature it would be SUPER-Perfect! :D

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Re: URL/HTTP links for files

#5 Post by gumbomasta » 2009-01-26 03:11

Yes... please make this happen. I have a lot of .mp3 I manage online and it would be great to have a feature where I can copy their URLs and embed them into my website.

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Re: URL/HTTP links for files

#6 Post by iLuso » 2009-03-23 16:36

Up, up, up... PLEASE!!!

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Re: URL/HTTP links for files

#7 Post by iLuso » 2009-05-07 09:34

Well... It work, but not good. Some bugs with password, only login added in link. Please check it...

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Re: URL/HTTP links for files

#8 Post by ogghi » 2009-06-18 12:37

I use 3.2.5 now and it doesn't copy the password!

It just copies

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ftp://username@host.xy/folder/file.xyz
There's missing the ":pass" after username ;)

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Re: URL/HTTP links for files

#9 Post by ogghi » 2009-07-05 19:59

Just tested with 3.2.6.1 and no change...couldn't this be changed?

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Re: URL/HTTP links for files

#10 Post by cvbt » 2009-10-03 09:04

i'd like to be able to copy the url as http . . . and not ftp . . . is there anyway to make this a setting in preferences.
fz works well for me. thanks for a great ftp client

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Re: URL/HTTP links for files

#11 Post by boco » 2009-10-03 09:12

Constructing HTTP URLs is impossible, because the FTP location of the file may differ from the HTTP location (both filesystems are virtual). Besides, FileZilla does not know about the filesystem structure of the domains.

Example:
FTP loc: ftp://example.com/public_html/files/foo.bar
HTTP loc: http://example.com/files/foo.bar
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Re: URL/HTTP links for files

#12 Post by simbosan » 2012-09-06 16:49

Not correct. SmartFTP does exactly this by allowing you to specify the http url prefix to add to the file path. Works fine, and that's why I will probably end up paying for SmartFTP rather than using Filezilla.

It's very simple

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Re: URL/HTTP links for files

#13 Post by boco » 2012-09-08 00:19

Works fine
It is only guesswork, and doesn't work for every situation.
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