Quick Connect (F8)
Opens the Quick Connect dialog, The quick connect provides a simple user interface for connecting to servers. If the server requires an advanced configuration please refer to the Site Manager.
The current path is saved as default path for site profile. Each time a connection is established to the site, the path will be automatically changed to this directory. This is a useful feature when managing multiple web sites with different local working directories.
Saves the local path to the site profile.
Saves the remote path to the site profile.
You will be prompted to enter the desired speed limit.
Setting a session speed limit will override any preset global or per-site speed limits.
When checked, The download speed limit is enabled.
When checked, The upload speed limit is enabled.
ASCII (short for American Standard Code for Information Interchange)
This mode is appropriate for files that only contain plain text.
Examples: .html, .php, .asp
This mode is appropriate for files that do not contain only plain text.
Examples: .zip, .rar, .exe, .png, .jpg
FlashFXP will automatically determine whether a file should be transferred in ASCII or binary mode using a customizable list of file extensions. The list of ASCII file extensions can be modified to include proprietary file extensions. Files will transfer in binary mode unless their extensions are defined in the list.
To configure the ASCII filter list see the Filters Dialog.
When using FlashFXP, Auto is the preferred (and default) transfer mode.
FlashFXP will remain connected to the server; ready for the next operation.
FlashFXP will disconnect from the server.
FlashFXP will close.
FlashFXP will hang up any active dial-up networking connections.
Hang up the quit FlashFXP
FlashFXP will hang up any active dial-up networking connections and then close.
Hang up then turn off computer
FlashFXP will hang up any active dial-up networking connections and then turn off the computer.
Turn off computer
FlashFXP will turn off the computer.
Log off computer
FlashFXP will log user out from the current windows session.
Hibernate (if supported)
FlashFXP will put the computer into hibernation mode. The computer must support hibernation mode for this to work.
Sleep (if supported)
FlashFXP will put the computer into sleep mode. The computer must support sleep mode for this to work.
Create a new FlashFXP session window. This is a new instance of FlashFXP.
Close the FlashFXP application; any transfers in progress will terminate.
If you have the option Auto Save queue on exit checked (the default value), anything in the current queue will save and will become available to you for loading the next time FlashFXP executes. (this setting is located in the Preferences dialog under the General section.)