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Plotz

Two remote panels

I see this feature has already been missed 5 years ago - by me too.

As an alternative for this important missing feature I still use Beyond Compare 3 pro.

8)
tabrisnet

I'd take two LOCAL panels too. Why? Because the Windows filemanager has HORRIBLE error-handling. one error, and the whole transfer STOPS. I need something more reliable, and more flexible.

I shouldn't have to always go to KNOPPIX just to copy an HD to another HD, when there is a permission problem, or an IO error.
martin

Adam wrote:

just out of curiosity, why wouldn't this be feasible?

Just because WinSCP was not designed for such usage and it would need to be significantly remade.
Adam

duerra wrote:

This has been discussed to death. It is not planned, and not (readily) feasable.


just out of curiosity, why wouldn't this be feasible?

one of the ftp clients that i used to prefer is WSftp
it does support sftp now as well, but it is a much larger footprint on memory, and a much bulkier program (and it no longer has a free version)

there use to be WSftp Pro and WSftp Lite (free). they have now continued WSftp Pro, but replaced the Lite version with WSftp Home, which is $39.95 (US Dollars).

i am not sure on the home version, but the Pro version supports sftp transfers, but you can have two remote windows, two local windows, or one of each
Salgato

I just came here searching for the same thing and would love to have this ability also. Too bad it doesn't appear eminant since it's apparently been a big request.
duerra

This has been discussed to death. It is not planned, and not (readily) feasable.
tilderman

two remote panels

it is possible to browse two remote folders (instead local/ remote) of the same server and may be... between two remote servers woluld be great. :shock: