Sorry, I'm not sure I understand. Do you think WinSCP does something wrong? Or do you request that WinSCP displays a time when the transfer finished (or started)?
Thanks for your response.
Do you mean that the queue panel of WinSCP doesn't display time or speed(even though it includes them) when the transfer finished (or started) at present? Just like the follow image.
Is it right?
If yes, I request that.
Think about the follow situation:
I need always WinSCP to show the queue panel and display all completed transfers in queue list for some reasons.
But the queue list doesn't display time which should be different for every transfer.
So look at this image again, just like I say, it don't make any sense for me.
A request plus
If WinSCP can store all transerred file temporarily in current session until you close it(or some other situations).
Thus you can see everything what you did and when you did in current session.
You can compare two transferred files which are belong to a same source file to see their different place and see what you did modify.
You can recover a editting file to any transferred file.
Any other idea will be thought of by other people.
This should be very useful and more safe for editting files through WinSCP.