when using SFTP background transfers, the "new" confirmation dialog pops up for ever file. I should then be able to (if I understand it correctly), press Yes To All or Shift+Yes for instance, or No To All, but the pop-up just continues for every file.
"No to all" should basically abort the transfer. Yes To All should just finish the transfer.
Maybe I am misunderstanding something, but at least that's what logic dictates, right?
I know about the setting "No confirmations on background transfers" -- but this is not what I want, as I would like to know if for instance a file already exists in target, then sometimes I do *not* want to overwrite. But mostly I want to overwrite every file I've selected to copy without having to press Yes for every single one.
Is this a bug in the dialog or am I just doing something wrong? It just seems illogical compared to other transfer dialogs I'm used to.