Bug ? No override confirmation on scripting with option on

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Bug ? No override confirmation on scripting with option on

Hello,
I'am using WinSCP (version 4.1.9 after a try with 4.1.7) on Windows Vista 32, in scripting mode.
I use put command to upload a file to the server and wait for a overwrite confirmation because the file already exists on it. But there is no confirmation although i have enable option confirm on. I have also tried with option batch off, or batch abort but there is no confirmation again.
The only confirmation i can produce is when a partially uploaded file exists on the server.

Is there a bug with the option confirm on ? Can someone help me please ?
Thanks a lot

winscp> open xxxxxx@xxxxx.xxx
Recherche de l''hte...
...
Session active : [1] xxxxxx@xxxxx.xxx
winscp> option
echo         off
batch        off
confirm      on
transfer     automatic
winscp> option batch on
batch        on
winscp> option confirm on
confirm      on
winscp> option echo on
echo         on
winscp> option
option
echo         on
batch        on
confirm      on
transfer     automatic
winscp> put test.data
put test.data
test.data                 |        663 KiB |  147,3 KiB/s | binary | 100%
winscp> put test.data
put test.data
test.data                 |        663 KiB |  162,0 KiB/s | binary | 100%
winscp> exit
exit    

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Seems to work with same version installed on Windows 2000

Have tried to uninstall/reinstall properly on vista but no changes... very strange i assume it's a bug to add to the Tracker... ?

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Re: Bug ? No override confirmation on scripting with option on

Please post a full log file showing the problem.

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