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- Thu Sep 13, 2007 4:29 am
- Forum: Cyberduck
- Topic: Ages and ages to download (crawling on "Getting permiss
- Replies: 3
- Views: 2954
Im pretty sure that it is standard for an FTP application to check permissions on a file before downloading. I've personally never had this problem, are you sure you weren't just running low on available RAM or possibly Cyberduck crashed?
I never feared it wouldn't work on 10.5, just if the developer would move from the deprecated Java bridge, thanks though.king_arthur wrote:You can relax MacOSX,
so far Cyberduck works just fine if not even better in OSX 10.5.0 (build 9A343).
Cyberduck is by far the best free alternative to a clear market of FTP clients for Mac OS X. It is made using the Cocoa Java bridge, which I still anger over why Apple would discontinue the bridge when so many applications using the Java programming language. Anyway, I fear Cyberduck's days are numb...
* The opinion of a guy who tried to compile a Metal Adium Adium 1.0 uses custom classes for all of there Nibs, well, at least the important ones, like chat windows and the contact list. To go in and change all this wonderful stuff would cause for a moderate knowledge of Objective C, which I don't ha...
Package them in an emotion set or add them to another one like so: 1. Put the imagers in a folder or previous emotion set: 2. Add this in the Emotions.plist file: <key>*name of image including suffix</key> <dict> <key>Equivalents</key> <array> <string>*emotion here like :D* add as many of these as y...
Is this Mail as in the program? ?????? I use one free beta version and the other isn't. If so you might want to check via yahoo's website next time as a test. Just a thought that Mail might be performing some rules or Junk mail might be turned on etc Only the folders that I've created have rules an...
Please look into Utilities/Java and look for an application called 'Java Preferences' Then, look into the preference box 'Java Application Runtime' and make sure one of the J2SE is on top of that list.
- Sun Dec 31, 2006 3:20 am
- Forum: Cyberduck
- Topic: separate editors for file diferent types
- Replies: 10
- Views: 6201
pengwen wrote:Hi, sorry for the bump, but I think its very close to this topic.
I wonna open .jpg-files as normal text-files, but when i use the context-menu on the file the options in edit is greyed out.
You can't open JPG files as a text file. Impossible, there is no font coding, text coding, etc.
Stick with 2.5, more stable in my opinionrjay23 wrote:Uninstalled all traces of 2.6.2 then went back to version 2.5 and it's working. Will attempt to install a newer version and hope it doesn't break.
That was shamefully easy, I already found out by myself... tell application "Cyberduck" to quit saving no now, last challenge, uploading folders instead of just files... See if that works as well. Great app Cyberduck! /P Quick work! I wish I knew more about Applescript. I may be able to w...
Yes, under Safari's General preferences, make your default browser Firefox.NeoOrigin wrote:Heya, how can i change my client to open up firefox instead of safari whenever there's new mail or link posted by contacts?