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From ws_ftp95le help:
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WS_FTP Pro Window
When you have established a connection between your local PC and an FTP site, the WS_FTP Pro main window displays the files and folders for your PC in the Local System list box (on the left) and the files and folders of the FTP site in the Remote System list box (on the right).
· Note: In the 16-bit version of WS_FTP Pro, each column contains two list boxes: the top list box shows the available folders; the bottom list box shows the files in the currently selected folder.
The current folder is shown at the top of each column. The list box below the current folder shows all of the files and folders within the current folder. Icons are used to identify files and folders. Any disk drives that you can access also appear in the list.
The buttons to the right of each column provide file and folder operations for that column. These are shown below, from top to bottom.
RmDir (16-bit version only; in 32-bit version, use Delete)
· Note: The above commands, as well as some additional commands are available from the right-mouse menu. Select a file or folder and use the right-mouse menu.
Folder options (“classic” user interface)
To change folders in the WS_FTP Pro classic user interface, you can edit the folder path in the text box, or you can use the ChgDir button. Also, if you enable Remember directories in the Session options, the drop-down list for both the local and remote current folders will show the folders you visited during the last session.
Sort options (16-bit version)
You can use the column headings (Name, Date, Size) above the Local System and Remote System list boxes to sort the files and folders shown in the list box. See Sorting Directories and Files.
Additional Items Available from Pop-up Menu
Sort (32-bit version only)
Edit File (only in 32-bit version, remote system list box)
Below the list boxes, there is a message area that logs all queries from the WS_FTP Pro client (your PC) and all responses from the FTP site. You can double-click in this area to expand the listing. You can also click the LogWnd button to display the messages in a window.
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File Mask Text Box
The File Mask text box is located just below the MkDir button. It allows you to limit the files displayed in the lists for either the Local System or Remote System; this is handy if there are a large number of files and folders.
In the File Mask text box, enter a filter that is valid for the system, and then press Enter. For example, to display only files with the extension .txt, enter *.txt in the File Mask text box and press Enter. The corresponding list box is refreshed to display only the files with the extension .txt.
If you are connected to a UNIX FTP site, you can use:
· -al or -la in the File Mask text box on the Remote System side of the window to view hidden (.) files
· -altr in the Remote System side of the window to view file names in date sequence (in the 32-bit versions of WS_FTP Pro only)
Note to those familiar with FTP command line clients: You can use any argument string you would use with a “Dir” command in a command line FTP client.
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