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Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of help/en/howto/mount/interface

Apr 22, 2020 1:57:47 PM (14 months ago)



  • help/en/howto/mount/interface

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    3131Select ''Mount Options: Read Only'' in the bookmark to mount the volume as read-only and disallow any write operations on the remote disk.
     34== Context Menu in Finder and Windows File Explorer ==
     35A context menu in ''Finder'' on macOS and File Explorer on Windows allows various actions on files.
     37=== Sync Options ===
     38[wiki:help/en/howto/mount/sync Sync Options] to keep file offline or delete from local disk.
     40=== Reload ===
     41Changes from server not immediately visible. The directory listing in may become out of date when another applications is adding, removing or modifying files on the server. Choose ''Reload in Finder'' from the bookmark menu item or ''Reload'' from the ​Finder Extension menu. On Windows, you can force File Explorer to refresh the directory listing with F5.
     43=== Share ===
     44Right click files on a mounted drive will open a menu with items to copy & open HTTP URLs or create share links of files. This will include the Origin URL, [wiki:help/en/howto/bookmarks#HTTPURL HTTP URLs] and [wiki:help/en/howto/s3#PublicURLs temporary signed URLs in S3]. [wiki:help/en/howto/share Read more].
     46[[Image(Mountain Duck Finder Context Menu.png, 50%)]]
     48=== Add Bookmark ===
     49Right click to add a bookmark for the selected path.
     51=== Open in Terminal ===
     52Right click on a folder and choose ''Open in Terminal'' to open a SSH connection to the server in Terminal for SFTP bookmarks. This feature is not supported in the version available in the Mac App Store.
     54=== Info Panel ===
     55Right click on a file and choose ''Info'' to change permissions, ACLs, metadata and other service provider specific settings on a file. Refer to [ Info Window].
     57[[Image(Info Window (S3).png, 400px)]]
    3358=== Connect ===
    3459Choose ''<Bookmark> → Connect'' to mount the server as a volume in the '''' or the ''File Explorer'' on Windows. You can connect to multiple servers and have several volumes mounted. All operations on the remote files and folders can then be performed like on local files.