I use (1) to click on the individual path and (2) to click on the arrow that display the list of same level folders of the right individual path.
In my case I don't use the commander interface, I use the Explorer interface mainly to handle files/folder from/to the development linux box and the production linux box. My Windows box is "in between".
Working this way it's easy to get lost into the deep of the directories tree. Windows Explorer "breadcrumbs" is a nice way to sort out and move through complicate directories structure.
What feature of the breadcrumbs do you actually use?
Note that in commander interface, you can click on the individual path parts on the path pabel above file panel.
It could be very useful to have a "Breadcrumbs" style address bar in Winscp like in Windows Vista/7 Explorer.
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