Topic "Is there any way to decide local and remote startup folders?"

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paer

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Hi,

is there any way to decide which directory I would like to have opened in local and remote on connect? In ws_ftp I have this sessionwide setting, but I can't find it in WinSCP3.

Best wishes,

Paer
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I'm sorry, I found it under environment.. But I'll post another question:

The values under Session (Host name, User name and Password) aren't saved when I save a session and try to reopen it. Though the values under Environment are saved.

Is there any way for me to save the session data (at least User name and Host name)?

Best wishes,

Paer
martin
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Anonymous wrote:
The values under Session (Host name, User name and Password) aren't saved when I save a session and try to reopen it. Though the values under Environment are saved.

Did it ever worked? Or did it stopped working after you changed something?
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Paer

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prikryl wrote:
Anonymous wrote:
The values under Session (Host name, User name and Password) aren't saved when I save a session and try to reopen it. Though the values under Environment are saved.

Did it ever worked? Or did it stopped working after you changed something?


It have never worked. I installed it earlier today and noticed it immediately.

Is it a bug, a non-implemented function, or just me?

I run WinSCP 3.3.0 (build 177) in Windows XP.

Thanks for help.

/Paer
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Paer wrote:
Is it a bug, a non-implemented function, or just me?

I do not know yet, it never happened to me. Confused
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Paer wrote:
The values under Session (Host name, User name and Password) aren't saved when I save a session and try to reopen it. Though the values under Environment are saved.

I cannot reproduce this bug, everything is stored correctly. Can you write me the exacts steps you do that lead to this problem?
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