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Re: no parent folder [..] in remote view when browsing inside Amazon S3 bucket

Usually the ".." are there. How did you upload the contents to that specific bucket?

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no parent folder [..] in remote view when browsing inside Amazon S3 bucket

The remote side (right side in commander view) does not offer the ".." folder (parent folder) when navigating inside an Amazon S3 bucket (connected using the "Amazon S3" protocol).

I know I can still navigate clicking any of the parent folders in the path line above the folder list, but I think it would be more convenient if the "Amazon S3" protocol would show .. when navigating inside a bucket.
I do get the ".." folders when navigating between buckets (at the hierachy level above the bucket itself), but not when inside a bucket or inside a subfolder within a bucket.