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export/backup saved session

would be a nice feature alowing export of saved sessions or backup just in case...

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Re: export/backup saved session

Please read documentation. If that does not help, come back.
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thanks

is there a way to change the order of the stored session? would be a nice feature.

also i noticed that we can add shortcuts to the shell context menu but how can we remove they?

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btw could we get acess to the preference dialog even without connecting to something that would be great. i think the best would be having to whole winscp gui open like i we would be connected to something but only showing our desktop files... or easier just add a button for it in the session dialog when we fire up winscp as we don't have acess to the whole winscp interface until we connect...

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vartaxe wrote:

is there a way to change the order of the stored session? would be a nice feature.
No they are sorted by alphabet.

also i noticed that we can add shortcuts to the shell context menu but how can we remove they?
I have added an answer to documentation:
https://winscp.net/eng/docs/integration#send_to
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vartaxe wrote:

btw could we get acess to the preference dialog even without connecting to something that would be great. i think the best would be having to whole winscp gui open like i we would be connected to something but only showing our desktop files... or easier just add a button for it in the session dialog when we fire up winscp as we don't have acess to the whole winscp interface until we connect...
See documentation
https://winscp.net/eng/docs/ui_login#tools

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