16 July 2007

FlashFXP 3.4.2 Beta (3.4.1 Build 1179)

FlashFXP is an FTP/FXP client that allows FTP transfers directly between two servers (allowing you to transfer files independent of your PC's connection speed). FlashFXP uses a familiar, Explorer-like interface that even the most novice user can master in minutes. It offers features such as drag-and-drop, CHMOD support, SSL/TLS transfer, enterprise-friendly rollout options, firewall and proxy support, strong application encryption, speed limiting, statistics, scheduling, and autoreconnecting.

Changes in FlashFXP v3.4.2 BETA - (3.4.1 build 1173):
• The Character Codepage option has been modified and a new "auto" value has been added.
• FTP File Search
• Added Custom commands to the right-click menu
• Added Move to the right-click menu

Changes in FlashFXP v3.4.2 BETA - (3.4.1 build 1170):
New Features
• Added 'Activate Synchronize Browsing on Connect' per-site option.
• Added -approvessl command line param, this is used for automation to always accept the SSL certifcate. Use with care.
• Added support for MLSD (machine formatted directory lists).
• Added support for UTF8 (iso-8859-1/Latin-1).

• Upgraded Zlib component to 1.23.
• Upgraded the folder browse dialog to use the BIF_USENEWUI flag, which gives the dialog a Make Folder button and makes it resizable.
• Optimized the status window text scrolling. It scrolled slower and slower as more text was put into it. This is no longer the case.
• Optimized the FlashFXP load up time. It's about 30% faster now.
• FlashFXP now uses FastMM4 memory manager.
• Optimized the local file browser list speed by about 237%.
• Once the connection retry limit is reached all files for that site are marked as failed or deleted (based on your settings) and then continues with the next site in queue.
• Improved find feature
• The user/pass field of a ftp:// url is now url decoded as per RFC 1738.
• New languages added.
• Upgraded OpenSSL Dll's to 0.9.8e
• Added parsing of host:port when pasting into the host field of the proxy dialog.

• Toggling between local and ftp view while a site is working offline didn't properly update the site name label.
• In some instances a user initiated site disconnect triggered an automatic reconnect.
• Switching remote folders while flashfxp is in the middle of loading a folder from cache was allowed and generated an error.
• Extreme file listing font size changes resulted in the local browser dropdown controls clearing their content.
• Moving objects via a drag/drop from listview to treeview would fail if the current working directory wasn't the source directory.
• Closing FlashFXP during a login sometimes resulted in a crash.
• Changing the shortcut key for a custom command didn't set the modified flag and the change wasn't saved.
• The Queue remaining value on the status bar displayed the incorrect result when viewing or editing a file.
• When renaming a folder the sub-folder cache wasn't cleared.
• In some instances list command would fail with an error however FlashFXP still thought it was successful.
• Cache consistency issue causing undesirable results under certain situations when queuing items for transfer.
• Resolved an issue with FlashFXP portable when ejecting the USB drive with the evaluation dialog active.
• Added hostCleanUp to the U3 manifest to work around a bug in early versions of U3 Lauchpad.
• The internal values for "Follow symbolic links recursively" and "Update directory cache during transfer" were reversed.
• Vista compatibility issue where the drop target didn't update properly during a drag operation.
• Vista compatibility issue where the thumbnail image when hovering over the taskbar button appeared as an icon and not the program window.
• Resolved help file not opening issue on Windows Vista.
• Resolved FlashFXP PWD Command Remote Buffer Overflow Vulnerability.
• Fixed silent install option. /s now uses all defaults for installatio
• Various fixes for Windows Vista display issues.
• Other minor fixes.

RELEASE: 2007-07-15

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