Winscp hangs on uploading edited file

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Dmitry
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Winscp hangs on uploading edited file

Hello.

When i'm opening remote file, editing it and trying to save settings by pressing f2 and Esc, window of editor stays forever not switching to files/upload panels. Similar situation happens when winscp session opened in one tab and i'm editing local file on another tab - when i'm trying to exit, editor's window hangs.

Whan could it be?

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Re: Winscp hangs on uploading edited file

What version of plugin are you using? Have you tried the latest one?
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martin wrote:

What version of plugin are you using? Have you tried the latest one?
I have exact the same problem! Far version is 1.70 beta 5 (build 1634). Far Plugin is 1.60
Using protocol SSH2 (SFTP) with OpenSSH on FreeBSD 4.11

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Re: Winscp hangs on uploading edited file

This issue is being tracked.
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Im hanging when uploading large file

please help im hanging when im opening a directory with a large content pls help me solve
im working in a call center im moving a large amount of recordings everyday and i dont know how to do it w/ Winscp im hanging...

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Noob wrote:

please help im hanging when im opening a directory with a large content pls help me solve
im working in a call center im moving a large amount of recordings everyday and i dont know how to do it w/ Winscp im hanging...
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