Re: "Save Link as..." in ftp-mode
On Friday 19 October 2001 10:47, Frank Mehnert wrote:
> On Thursday 18 October 2001 20:14, Josh Hansen wrote:
> > I guess the reasoning is that in FTP mode you're really just reading a
> > virtual filesystem via the ftp IO slave. So in other words, HTTP is like
> > your normal web browser, FTP is like your normal file manager program. It's
> > just a matter of paradigm.
> > Does that makes sense???
> Maybe, but why we differ between ftp and http? We can work in http mode
> in the same way as in ftp mode: Following a link, going up one directory
> and so on.
> I'm voting for "Save Link as..." in ftp mode. I will report an wishlist
That would be great. Thx!
> Frank Mehnert
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