Simple feedback from an everyday user of winSCP, I really can't get used to the F5 key triggering a download from the remote source to my local hard disks.
I did NOT try to customize the program in any way (I'm making the precision because F5 triggering a download is not documented in https://winscp.net/eng/docs/ui_explorer_key ), F5 is really doing this for me, when I'm in the list of the files in a remote folder, and one of the files is selected, if I hit F5, that file is downloaded to my currently shown in WinSCP local location.
I imagine there must be programs or environments in which F5 is naturally triggering that kind of action, I don't see this shortcut coming out of nowhere and being set as default in winSCP "just like that".
I'm speaking for myself, not knowing at all if I'm an isolated case or a majority, all right ?
Thing is, still, for me, as a Windows user, F5 means Refresh.
And NOT "download this file where it doesn't belong", this has already caused me problems, with files apparently appearing without reason in places where they shouldn't be.
Please, is there a chance F5 may stop triggering a download ? Or, at least, that we can customize this behaviour ?
Thanks if you can think of it :)