Ooh ooh, stupid me, but read 2nd post anyway...

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Ooh ooh, stupid me, but read 2nd post anyway...

If there is ever time, it would be really wonderful to be able to have a tabbed interface for being able to keep multiple directories open simultaneously. Unfortunately, I often find myself with 3 or even more copies of WinSCP open so that I can quickly look at a few different directories. Unfortunately, it's not very economical to add all different working directories to your bookmarks for directories that you want to keep open temporarily.

I wouldn't think this to be too difficult to integrate into WinSCP, but unfortunately, I develop in a spoiled world where such things are pretty much already programmed for you (.NET) =/

PS - prikyl, when you get a second, could you quickly add a "New Folder" option to the right-click menus?

You do a fantastic job with WinSCP. I'm incredibly impressed with the work you've done to bring it where it is today. Great job.
Thanks =)
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Ooh Ooh Ooh! I see the dropdown menu thingy now!

n/m the whole tab thing. You already have a workable solution to the multiple-instances issue.



HOWEVER....
-- Could you make that session-selected dropdown resizable like you make the path textboxes? =)

-- it would still be nice to have that new-folder right click menu item.

Thanks! =)
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duerra wrote:

-- Could you make that session-selected dropdown resizable like you make the path textboxes? =)
I'll try. But I do not promise :-)

-- it would still be nice to have that new-folder right click menu item.
Hmm, It seems like reasonable request :-)
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