<Session_name>: Transfer queue is empty

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<Session_name>: Transfer queue is empty

I'm using win7 64bit, winscp commander interface, select a lot of files and upload them by pressing F5.
Then I open a new session (let's call the first session A, the second B), select another files and start uploading them.
Now every time an upload finishes in session A (the hidden one), in the system tray a message bubble pops: "Session_name: Transfer queue is empty", however the queue isn't empty, the upload continues with the next file.
If I switch to session A, messages begin to appear from session B, every time a file upload is finished.

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The disturbing thing is the fact that winscp notifies me about an empty queue when a (one) file upload is finished, not when the entire queue is finished. So, if I upload 10 files, I got 10 messages "Transfer queue is empty". It should be only one message, after the 10th file...
Note again, this happens *only* when I have more sessions and the session in question is hidden (isn't focused)

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There are separate queues for every session, that's why it says "<Session_name>: Transfer queue is empty". If it reports that queue is empty when there are files in the same queue, it ehould be bug. Is that true?

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Yes.
Of course, I'm talking about the separate queues.

To simulate the bug, please start a session (let's call A), select several files (let's say 5) and start uploading. Now quickly start an another session (let's call B) and add another 4 files and start uploading.
Currently we see session B.
See what happens:
During the uploads, when the first file of session A finishes, a message pops up in the system tray: "A: Transfer queue is empty". When the second file finishes, another popup message.
If I switch to session A (B becomes invisible), I start receiving messages about session B.

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