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M. Miller

FireFTP SUPPORT PAGE- The Free FTP Client for Mozilla Firefox - 3 views

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  • General Usage
  • FTP is a way for you to take files from your computer and upload them to another computer, usually a web server. Or, it is also a way of downloading files from another computer to yours.
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  • toolbar button
  • click Tools->Web Developer->FireFTP
  • accounts menu, select "Create an account..."
  • a "symlink". You can read about it here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symlink.
  • ename a file/make a directory/make symlinks/delete files?
  • right-click on the file lists. A context menu will appear showing the available functions you have, along with related keyboard shortcut
  • save the account information
  • "Connect" button to make the connection to your site
  • copy the URL (HTTP or FTP) and put it in the clipboard
  • find that the local files are on your left and the remote files are on your right
  • click
  • to upload a file to the server
  • you can hide it or show it by pressing Log in the main toolbar or in Options
  • FireFTP will navigate to the directory or download the file that the symlink points to
  • FireFTP gives you the option to Resume from where you left off.
  • server you wish to connect
  • unzip a Zip archive (.zip, .jar, or .xpi)
  • right click on my image file, go to Open With->Add Programs
  • For your local files, sometimes you want to be able to open a file with a different program than the default one
  • give my program a name in the Name textbox, in this case, Photoshop
  • Sometimes you need to transfer files from one website to another
  • specify how to talk to an FTP server
  • click "Browse" and find the Photoshop executable file
  • optionally I can add Arguments
  • in the top-right pane that my program is now associated with that extension. In a similar manner, if I want a pro
  • connect to both servers at the same time and just tell them to pass the files to each other, without having the files go through your computer.
  • you can create categories like "Work", "Patches", etc. to divide and conquer your list of accounts.
  • To view the server you are transferring to you can always open another FireFTP (in another tab) - this way you can look at both servers at the same time.
  • you have to configure an account for the server you are transferring to ahead of time
  • configure the "Initial Remote Directory" under the Connection tab of the account's settings
  • IPv6 is if you are connecting to a server on the IPv6 network protocol or you yourself are using IPv6
  • here you can work on your file, save it, and FireFTP will automatically upload your file when it detects you've modified the file
  • For remote files, selecting Open With will download the file and put you into Remote Edit mode
  • An example of an IPv4 address is 64.233.167.99 more commonly known as google.com
  • an advanced operation
  • An IPv4 number is like a computer's unique phone number
  • check out your own 'phone number' here.
  • For Mac users:
  • a specific directory for either local, remote or both file systems
  • the risks involved in the FXP operation please read the Wikipedia article.
  • when you browse the directory you aren't allowed to go into the Application's hidden contents
  • Both servers involved with the transfer have to have FXP enabled in order for the operation to work.
  • Right-click on an Application and do "Show Package Contents"
  • ou can read more details about IPv6 here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ipv6
  • /Applications/Safari.app/Contents/MacOS/Safari
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    FTP stands for File Tranfer Protocol. It is the sister of the more commonly used HTTP. Both protocols deal with transfering data across the internet. FTP is a way for you to take files from your computer and upload them to another computer, usually a web server. Or, it is also a way of downloading files from another computer to yours. "Support Search this page: Installation General Usage Account Manager Properties Options Tools Troubleshooting Miscellaneous Questions Walkthrough for Beginners by Floss Manuals A Walkthrough for Beginners by Prisca Schmarsow "
Lisa Winebrenner

Keyboard accelerators, mnemonics, and shortcuts - Google Docs Help - 3 views

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    Keyboard accelerators, mnemonics, and shortcuts Keyboard accelerators let you open menus using special keyboard shortcuts. The table lists shortcuts for people using Chrome on Windows/Linux. If you're working in Internet Explorer or Firefox, replace Alt with Alt+Shift. If you're working on a Mac, replace Alt with Ctrl+Option.
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