The list in the upper part of the page shows configured custom commands, followed by installed extensions. The command and extensions display in the same order as they will appear in File(s) > Custom Commands menu. The commands and extensions are separated by a horizontal line. Initially the list will contains a set of example commands and the official extensions.
The Description column shows a name of the command/extension as will appear in File(s) > Custom Commands menu. The Command column show the command itself. The L/R column shows
L for local commands or
R for remote commands.
Hovering a mouse cursor over the command/extension displays a hint with additional information. For extensions, it particularly shows a path to an extension file.
Use the Add > Add Custom Command to add a new custom command. The Custom command editor dialog will appear. The newly added command will be inserted before a command selected in the list or at the end, if no command is selected.
Use the Edit button to edit the selected custom command. The Custom command editor dialog will appear.
Use the Remove button to remove the selected custom command. If you remove command by mistake, you can always cancel whole Preferences dialog to undo all changes.
Use the Add > Add Extension to install a new extension. The Add Extension prompt displays. Enter a URL to download an extension file from; or browse for a local extension file. The extension file will be validated and installed to the WinSCP application data folder.
Use the Remove button to remove the selected extension. When the selected extension is the official extension,1 the extension is just hidden (the extension file remains). To restore the hidden extension, you have to locate the extension file (e.g.
C:\Program Files (x86)\WinSCP\Extensions\SearchText.WinSCPextension.ps1) and use the Add > Add Extension to re-add it. When the selected extension is user-installed extension, even the extension file is removed.
Use the Up and Down buttons to change order of the commands and extensions.
You cannot mix commands and extensions.
- In general, if the current user does not have permissions to delete the extension file. What is typical for the official extensions as these are installed to the