I'd like to present my use case and request a feature - auto uploading on edit.
I often do a lot of work directly on remote sites via FTP. For example, a client has a development environment that I work on via FTP to do my daily work.
Over the course of a day I can be working on dozens of files in various directories within the remote file tree.
Presently, I use dreamweaver 8 which has great FTP/Remote File synchronisation, but is unstable and leaks memory.
What I'm after is a way to use FileZilla to work in this manner - browse the remote directory tree with FileZilla, pick and choose files to edit using my local text editor, then when I save the file locally using the text editor, FileZilla picks up that save and automatically uploads the changed file to the server (if I so configure FZ to do that) in the correct folder.
I used to use Unison: http://www.cis.upenn.edu/~bcpierce/unison/ to handle easy sync'ing, but webhosts are often very restrictive about what they allow (ssh tunnel for example).
edit: I see someone else wants the same thing:
(http://forum.filezilla-project.org/view ... 461#p16461)What would be doubly cool is if the 'File has changed' dialogue could have a 'always use this answer' option much like the overwrite files dialogue. That way, changes saved through the edit remote file facility would automatically push back to the server without needing to switch the the client window and ok the dialogue each time.