set for background transfers, 2 concurrent background transfers
F6(move / copy-and-delete)
BUFFER TO TRANSFER: remote --> local
1.txt(242,335 bytes) AGAIN (finger slip, or just lost track amongst a long list of files)
When the transfer comes to the second
1.txtit will open the write file, THEN discover the source doesn't exist (was deleted after the first transfer), throw the "not found" error. However, the ZERO BYTE file remains! Now, the file is gone from both sides!!
Don't delete this with the advice "just go up one folder level, and move the whole folder." I don't to do that. I should be able to move individual files as I want without them being destroyed! If I want the whole folder, I'll SELECT the whole folder!!
No attachment necessary; would not help. A zero byte doesn't make sense without the above text.
I've lost important pictures because of this bug over the years! This is the THIRD time I've reported this to you. Uninstalling and deleting backup of installer.