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  • It works but some bugs are brought forward since the age of dinosaurs. One of them is the site manager whose window has random size and does not remember the last size. Now I've discovered that the random size is actually depending on the last host I open: 1) if it is an host in the first position in the list, the next time the window will be huge; 2) if you open an host that is in the tail of the list, the next time the site manager window will have a very small height. For a product like this, installed by default by hundreds of Linux distros, IT IS RIDICULOUS. It's not acceptable. And by the way I'm now tired to fill bugs report for nothing.

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  • Recursive FTP SUCKS big time. It just continues transferring files endlessly. The UI is getting crappier everyday.

  • Filezilla Last Version that will work with Windows XP (32bit). Filezilla v3.9.0.1 Other file that you may also need... You will need this file which Filezilla hasn't mentioned that you will also need. Normaliz.dll v6.0.5441.0 (or other version that works with XP 32bit) Place it in Filezilla folder run FileZilla and it should run without problem. Download from a dll files site example maybe dll-files or other such place do an on-line virus check of the file before using it. -- Oh heck another dumb site ok rate zero because no longer developed for XP where it could easily be still developed for XP. Filezilla took Microsoft advice instead of using there brains. Of course Microsoft would advice to stop support for XP since it affect sales of all there newer OS's. So many because they cannot seem to make XP again. Microsoft may now know they should have kept with the XP Theme, Icons and the Exact folder structure including hiding all the desktop and folder .ini files. Sure they could have changed only a lot of other sub OS code instead to make XP better than any newer OS they have done. To late Microsoft now may fear. To late to go back and do it correctly. So people use XP still or have a newer OS running XP (in Virtual Mode) or are booting from XP using an image file using Virtual XP mode. Microsoft has lost it way and very likely it is without Bill Gates that they are so lost without him !

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