Cyberduck Mountain Duck CLI

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Cyberduck Help / Howto / Bookmarks

Toggle Bookmarks

You can toggle between the bookmarks and the browser using Bookmarks → Toggle Bookmarks (Command-B) or by clicking the bookmarks icon in the navigation toolbar. Depending on the bookmark icon size choosen in Cyberduck → Preferences → Browser → Bookmarks, the nickname, URL, username and comment is shown per bookmark.

Sorting

You can manually sort bookmarks by dragging a row to a different location.

Filter

Use the search field (Command-/) to filer bookmarks by nickname and hostname. Only bookmarks that match the search string are displayed in the bookmark list. Search is case insensitive.

Add new Bookmark

  • Select Bookmarks → Toggle Bookmarks. Click the plus button to add the host connected to in this browser window to the Bookmarks. An editor window will open where you can further adjust the bookmark properties (i.e. nickname).

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  • Drag the proxy icon in the browser window title bar to the bookmark drawer or to the Finder.app. You can double click this file in the Fnder.app to open a new connection.
  • Drag an URL form a third party application to the bookmark table to create a new bookmark.

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Edit Bookmark

Select Bookmark → Edit Bookmark. A panel where you can edit the bookmark's properties will appear. If the hostname configured is not reachable, an alert icon is displayed next to the URL. Clicking it opens Network Diagnostics.

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Exporting Bookmarks

Drag the bookmark from the Bookmark Drawer anywhere to the Finder.app (e.g. the Desktop). You can double click the document in the Finder.app to open a new connection to the server specified in the bookmark. To backup all bookmarks, refer to this FAQ entry.

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Importing Bookmarks

Just drag the bookmark file from the Finder.app to the Bookmark drawer.

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Timezone

For all protocols except FTP, timestamps are reported in UTC from the server and there is no need for configuration. All timestamps in the browser are automatically converted to the timezone you have configured in the System Preferences and displayed in local time. For FTP however , the local timezone is assumed for timestamps in directory listings. If the server is configured with a different timezone than your Mac and returning the local time for modification dates, there will be an offset by the timezone difference. To get the correct local time for modification dates in the browser, you can choose the timezone of the server in the bookmark setting. Select Bookmark → Edit Bookmark.

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