BTW, this is a great progarm. I am a Unix SA and we are converting all our users from ftp to SSH/sftp/WinSCP
Here's the problem:
Using WinSCP 3.6.1 with Norton Commander interface although I think this occurs with either interface. Users are complaining that when they access a remote directory with many files it takes a very long time to display the files. This is what they told me: (they mean WInSCP by "the new ftp program" )
"The new FTP program is not really workable, because the default directory is set to the LOG directory ($APPLCSF/log) and since there are thousands of log files in this directory it takes 5 to 10 minutes for the screen to reappear after it has sorted all the files."
I think what they would like to do is to "filter" the directory on the "way in" so that if they only want to see filles that are named "*.myfile" it will only display those. I know you can select files by MARKing but there does not seem to be a
way of saving the selection criteria so that it will be invoked next time the session is opened.
Is there a way to do that ?