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Changes between Version 49 and Version 50 of help/en/howto/mount/interface


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    2222[[Image(Task Bar Menu Windows.png, 600px)]]
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    24 Right click on the task bar and select ''Taskbar settings → Notification area → Select which icons appear on the taskbar''. Make sure Mountain Duck is selected in the list.
     24Right-click on the taskbar and select ''Taskbar settings → Notification area → Select which icons appear on the taskbar''. Make sure Mountain Duck is selected in the list.
    2525}}}
    2626
     
    2828
    2929=== Auto start ===
    30 You can choose to automatically open Mountain Duck when logging in. Refer to [wiki:help/en/howto/mount/preferences#GeneralLoginItem Preferences]. Re-opening the application will open previously mounted volumes. If you choose ''Enable Login Item'' and ''Save Workspace'' in ''Preferences → General'' and do not manually eject the volume prior reboot it will reconnect after login.
     30You can choose to automatically open Mountain Duck when logging in. Refer to [wiki:help/en/howto/mount/preferences#GeneralLoginItem Preferences]. Re-opening the application will open previously mounted volumes. If you choose ''Enable Login Item'' and ''Save Workspace'' in ''Preferences → General'' and do not manually eject the volume prior to reboot it will reconnect after login.
    3131
    3232== Bookmarks ==
     
    3939
    4040=== Labels ===
    41 Assign multiple labels to a bookmarks. Bookmarks are grouped in folders in the status bar menu by their assigned labels.
     41'''''Version 4.0''''' or later required.
     42Assign multiple labels to bookmarks. Bookmarks are grouped in folders in the status bar menu by their assigned labels.
    4243
    4344[[Image(Taskbar Menu Bookmark Groups Large Icons (Windows).png, 400px)]]
     
    5758
    5859=== Drive Letter (Windows) ===
    59 Always assign same drive letter to mounted volume.
     60Always assign the same drive letter to the mounted volume.
    6061
    6162== Connect ==
    6263[[Image(Screenshot Windows Mountain Duck 4.png)]]
    6364
    64 Choose ''<Bookmark> → Connect'' to mount the server as a volume in the ''Finder.app'' 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.
    65 
    66 '''Tip'''. You can just select the menu item with the bookmark name to connect, too. If you are already connected, selecting the menu item will reveal the volume in ''Finder.app''.
     65Choose ''<Bookmark> → Connect'' to mount the server as a volume in the ''Finder.app'' on macOS 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.
     66
     67'''Tip''' You can just select the menu item with the bookmark name to connect, too. If you are already connected, selecting the menu item will reveal the volume in ''Finder.app''.
    6768
    6869==== Connect using command line ====
    69 You can mount volumes using your command line interface (CLI) by opening a bookmark file.
    70  * '''macOS'''.  Use `open -a "Mountain Duck" ~/Library/Group Containers/G69SCX94XU.duck/Library/Application Support/duck/Bookmarks/*.duck` in ''Terminal.app''
     70You can mount volumes using your command-line interface (CLI) by opening a bookmark file.
     71{{{#!html
     72<ul class="nav nav-tabs" style="display: flex;">
     73    <li class="active"><a href="#tabpanel-macos-2" data-toggle="tab">macOS</a></li>
     74    <li><a href="#tabpanel-windows-2" data-toggle="tab">Windows</a></li>
     75</ul>
     76}}}
     77{{{#!div class="tab-content"
     78
     79{{{#!div class="tab-pane active" id="tabpanel-macos-2"
     80
     81Use `open -a "Mountain Duck" ~/Library/Group Containers/G69SCX94XU.duck/Library/Application Support/duck/Bookmarks/*.duck` in ''Terminal.app''.
     82
     83
     84}}}
     85
     86{{{#!div class="tab-pane" id="tabpanel-windows-2"
     87
     88Enter the command `<path to Mountainduck.exe> %AppData%/Cyberduck/Bookmarks/<Bookmarkfile>`  in ''cmd.exe''.
     89
     90}}}
     91
     92}}}
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    7196
    7297=== Notifications ===
     
    82107Choose ''<Bookmark> → Connect'' to unmount a volume. Alternatively eject the volume in ''Finder.app'' or ''File Explorer''.
    83108
    84  * '''macOS''' Choose ''File → Eject'' in ''Finder.app'' for the selected volume or control click to choose ''Eject''.
    85  * '''Windows'''. In ''File Explorer'' in "This PC" view or the sidebar on the left of the ''File Explorer'' window, open the context menu for your mounted drive and select ''Disconnect''.
     109{{{#!html
     110<ul class="nav nav-tabs" style="display: flex;">
     111    <li class="active"><a href="#tabpanel-macos-3" data-toggle="tab">macOS</a></li>
     112    <li><a href="#tabpanel-windows-3" data-toggle="tab">Windows</a></li>
     113</ul>
     114}}}
     115{{{#!div class="tab-content"
     116
     117{{{#!div class="tab-pane active" id="tabpanel-macos-3"
     118
     119Choose ''File → Eject'' in ''Finder.app'' for the selected volume or control click to choose ''Eject''.
    86120
    87121==== Disconnect using command line ====
    88 You can unmount volumes using your command line interface (CLI).
    89  * '''macOS'''.  Use `umount  <bookmark nickname>` in ''Terminal.app''
    90  * '''Windows'''. Use `net use <drive letter>: /delete` in ''cmd.exe''
     122You can unmount volumes using your command-line interface (CLI).
     123Use `umount  <bookmark nickname>` in ''Terminal.app''
     124
     125}}}
     126
     127{{{#!div class="tab-pane" id="tabpanel-windows-3"
     128
     129In ''File Explorer'' in "This PC" view or the sidebar on the left of the ''File Explorer'' window, open the context menu for your mounted drive and select ''Disconnect''.
     130
     131==== Disconnect using command line ====
     132You can unmount volumes using your command-line interface (CLI).
     133Use `net use <drive letter>: /delete` in ''cmd.exe''
     134}}}
     135
     136}}}
    91137
    92138== Copying Files ==
    93 Drag files in ''Finder.app'' or Windows ''File Explorer'' to move and copy files. You can also access the mounted volume with any other application and command line interface.
     139Drag files in ''Finder.app'' on macOS or ''File Explorer'' on Windows to move and copy files. You can also access the mounted volume with any other application and command-line interface.
    94140
    95141[[Image(Copy Operation Mountain Duck Finder.png, 400px)]]
     
    97143
    98144== Context Menu in Finder and Windows File Explorer ==
    99 A context menu in ''Finder'' on macOS and File Explorer on Windows allows various actions on files.
     145A context menu in ''Finder'' on macOS and ''File Explorer'' on Windows allows various actions on files.
    100146
    101147[[Image(Context Menu (Windows).png, 600px)]]
     
    104150''Keep Offline on local disk'' or ''Delete on local disk'' to manage caching status.
    105151
    106 Refer to [wiki:help/en/howto/mount/sync Sync Options]
     152Refer to [wiki:help/en/howto/mount/sync#Selectfilesandfolderstoalwayskeepoffline Sync Options].
    107153
    108154=== Reload ===
    109 Changes from server not immediately visible. The directory listing in Finder.app may become out of date when another applications is adding, removing or modifying files on the server. Choose ''Reload'' from the ​Finder Extension menu. On Windows, you can force File Explorer to refresh the directory listing with F5.
    110 
    111 Enable the _Index Files_ option in [wiki:help/en/howto/mount/preferences#SyncIndexFiles Preferences → Sync] to allow new files on the remote storage to be detected periodically.
     155Changes from the server not immediately visible. The directory listing in Finder.app may become out of date when another application is adding, removing, or modifying files on the server. Choose ''Reload'' from the ​Finder Extension menu. On Windows, you can force File Explorer to refresh the directory listing with F5.
     156
     157Enable the ''Index Files'' option in [wiki:help/en/howto/mount/preferences#SyncIndexFiles Preferences → Sync] to allow new files on the remote storage to be detected periodically.
    112158
    113159=== Share ===
     
    129175
    130176=== New Bookmark ===
    131 Right click to add a bookmark for the selected path.
     177Right-click to add a bookmark for the selected path.
    132178
    133179=== Open in Terminal ===
    134 Right 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.''
     180Right-click on a folder and choose ''Open in Terminal'' to open an SSH connection to the server in Terminal for SFTP bookmarks.
     181'''''This feature is not supported in the version available in the Mac App Store.'''''
    135182
    136183=== Info Panel ===
    137 Right click on a file and choose ''Info'' to change permissions, ACLs, metadata and other service provider specific settings on a file. Refer to [https://trac.cyberduck.io/wiki/help/en/howto/info Info Window].
     184Right-click on a file and choose ''Info'' to change permissions, ACLs, metadata, and other service provider-specific settings on a file. Refer to [https://trac.cyberduck.io/wiki/help/en/howto/info Info Window].
    138185
    139186[[Image(Info Window (CDN).png, 300px)]]
     
    143190
    144191=== New Encrypted Vault… ===
    145 Create a new [wiki:help/en/howto/cryptomator Cryptomator] vault. [wiki:help/en/howto/cryptomator Read more] about client-side encryption.
     192Create a new Cryptomator vault. [wiki:help/en/howto/cryptomator Read more] about client-side encryption.
    146193
    147194=== Lock/Unlock Vault ===
     
    150197== Usage Scenarios ==
    151198==== Mirror files to remote server or cloud storage with `rsync`====
    152 Use `rsync` or any other of your preferred tools to mirror files for example to an S3 bucket. Set the `--timeout=TIME` option in `rsync` (in seconds) if you have a low bandwidth or high latency connection.
     199Use `rsync` or any other of your preferred tools to mirror files for example to an S3 bucket. Set the `--timeout=TIME` option in `rsync` (in seconds) if you have low bandwidth or high latency connection.
    153200
    154201==== Open remote files in text editor ====