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Offline rejetto

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Quote from: "naunim"
I think that there is a bug with the "New link" function.  
The link don't open correctly...
Do you have the same problem?
yes, fixed
i'm making several changes in the code, be patient :)
redownload now


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Thanks for fixing the links but the 'File list' still doesn't work properly.


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I agrees with ~GeeS~ on all points above. I'd have no use for
hiding file extensions, and the ~nodefult is something I'm not
comfortable with. As mentioned elsewhere in the forum, HFS
is a great program, but please don't add features to do things
that can be done by other means.  :)


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I agrees with ~GeeS~ on all points above. I'd have no use for
hiding file extensions, and the ~nodefult is something I'm not
comfortable with.
I agree partly. Hiding file extensions on a file server is useless. But the ~nodefault option is really good for me, so that my visitors can choose(via a link I place on my html) if they want to see my page or only the files. Maybe an option to dis/enable this? (See my comment on options below)
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As mentioned elsewhere in the forum, HFS
is a great program, but please don't add features to do things
that can be done by other means.
I also agree. But features that can't be done by other means would be nice to have in HFS.
And on adding options to HFS: I also think that too much options would not be good. But on the other hand, I really love software I can fully configure. I suggest to collect the menu items (that are too much) and put them in a dialog for options. I know, this is in To-Do for the VFS settings, but can be also for the others and with a raised priority. Adding more options now would only make it more complicated to switch later.

Just my two cents.
Cheers,

Martok


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Martok wrote:
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But the ~nodefault option is really good for me, so that my visitors can choose(via a link I place on my html) if they want to see my page or only the files.
I get the feeling, that you put your webpages in the same folder as your files, but maybe i'm wrong.
My design on file- and webpages would be like this:
root with folder_with_filesystem and (hidden)_folder_with_webpages_linking_to_folders_in_filesystem
The ~nodefault command option with this setup is not needed and the files- and webpages reside in separated trees, which is more usable and intuitive for me, but this is a personal preference.
Please let me know if I missed something.
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Quote from: "~GeeS~"
Please let me know if I missed something.

No, you got it all  :D
I could make a structure like you have, but this would result in even longer paths than I already have (every project I host has its own subfolder).
Cheers,

Martok



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I think mara refers to the missing slash between the IP and the filename, not the link itself.

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i've been away for a while
redownload and you get the bug fixed and some input dialog resizable


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redownload

beta4
+ login accepts only present user/password
+ Menu -> Other options -> "Browse using localhost"
+ Menu -> Virtual File System -> "Adding folder"


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about the ~nodefault
i think a good solution is to be optional, and OFF by default.
it would be used only by power users, so, better be OFF.


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The download link -> first post in this thread takes you to http://www.melauto.it/rejetto/hfs.test.exe .

Reading through the thread indicates that you have made changes to the original hfs.test.exe which now looks like you are up to a beta 4 version.  I've downloaded this before but have no idea now what version  I have downloaded just by looking at the filename.

In the future would it be possible to change the filename to show the current version you are making public -> example hfs2.1beta4.exe instead of just leaving the same filename hfs.test.exe the same even if you make changes? ;)
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What the hell is  the new self-tester doing?
Everyone can browse my site, but the self-test finds no connection. Then it goes through some ports while changing from my port to some others (in HFS main settings).
Why not a message as before (self test failed or something like this)?

And to the file names: versions in it would be great!
The automatic updateer still says beta1 is the current. Why this?
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Martok


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Quote from: "maverick"
The download link -> first post in this thread takes you to http://www.melauto.it/rejetto/hfs.test.exe .

I would recommend to zip it, not everyone can download .exe files...
There are even people who don't download .exe for security reasons.

(offtopic: Currently I've nothing but problems to connect to this forum... :?)

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