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  1. #1
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    Does this exist?

    A program for Windows, and when you right-click a file, there's an option in the context menu saying "upload to FTP" and it uploads the file to the webserver you add, and then copies the link into the clipboard.

    Thanks

  2. #2
    I am sure that exist.. but I can't say it a name, cause I use Linux.

    But the best way to discovery is installing some programs and trying.

    Sorry for not help more.
    Daniel

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    I happen to have WinSCP installed - when I right click files I can "Send to" WinSCP for upload...
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    Can't find that on mine. Did you install it? I just used the Standalone one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looie View Post
    Can't find that on mine. Did you install it? I just used the Standalone one
    It would have to have been installed to add the registry keys that create the context menus / shell extensions.

    Most decent FTP apps do this, I'm actually quite surprised Filezilla doesn't

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    You can do this with any FTP program by adding a network drive to the FTP location, then just right click and select "send to" the network drive you created.

    Here's how to set that up: http://www.ohlone.edu/org/infotech/w...apdrivexp.html
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    Thanks, I'll try that

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