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Re: Fixed bug log file attached - New bug report added

Since 5.14, it is always possible to use drag&drop to move remote files to external applications, while copy is always the default operation.

Re: Fixed bug log file attached - New bug report added

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Fixed bug log file attached - New bug report added

Yes, that fixed that bug (Log will be included) -- I can now successfully rename files and folders.
Will this new zipped copy work for other users here if I give them the new WinSCP copy?

I do have a new problem though I just noticed, as such:
Once I have connected, if I try to Drag and Drop a file from the Winscp webdav interface to my desktop, the file disappears from the webdav share.

If I select the same file and Download using the 'Download' toolbar button, the behavior is as expected; meaning it copies the file to my desktop as well as leaving it in place on the connected webdav share. I checked the Tools > Preferences > Drag and Drop menu and I think I have it right: Checked "Allow moving from remote directory to other applications" and selected "Use Shell extension"

This new problem is also in same log as I will submit to forum in my reply.

thank you for your help.

Log file supplied for 301 moved permanently errors

Thank you. I am attaching log file here.

Let me know what suggestions or comments you have.
much appreciated.


Re: Cannot rename files/folders error 301 Moved Permanently

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Cannot rename files/folders error 301 Moved Permanently

I am using winDrag&drop shell extension use is enabled, but the extension is not installed. Install the extension or switch to compatible drag&drop mode (from Preferences window), which uses temporary folder for downloads." - I fixed it in Preferences so I don't get this particular message when I try to drag&drop, but then get the message below... Also installed extension.

"WebDAV resource moved to 'https://........."
301 Moved Permanently" - caused by trying to rename folder on drive