Cyberduck Mountain Duck CLI

Changes between Version 50 and Version 51 of help/en/howto/mount/issues


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May 16, 2019 6:10:19 AM (2 years ago)
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    v50 v51  
    117117Backups to Time Machine do not work with volumes mounted from Mountain Duck. Time Machine requires disks mounted using Apple File Protocol (AFP). See [https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202784 Backup disks you can use with Time Machine].
    118118
    119 == Defaults on Windows ==
    120 Windows does not provide a shared way of setting defaults per app. Mountain Duck however implements a way of setting defaults in a similar way as mac OS does.
     119== Hidden configuration options ==
     120=== macOS ===
     121Type the `defaults` command given in a ''Terminal.app'' (in `/Applications/Utilities`) window and restart Mountain Duck.
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    122 To get the defaults value for a known name do following steps:
     123{{{
     124defaults write io.mountainduck <property> <value>
     125}}}
    123126
    124 * `Win+R`
    125 * `"Mountain Duck" -Dproperty.name`
     127=== Windows ===
     128If not existing yet you need to create the file [wiki:help/en/faq#Wherearepreferencesandapplicationsettingssavedto %AppData%]`\Cyberduck\default.properties`. Add the setting as follows:
    126129
    127 Example: `"Mountain Duck" -Dapplication.name`.
    128 
    129 You may also type `"Mountain Duck" -Dapplication.name` directly into the start menu.
    130 
    131 To set a defaults value for a known name do following steps:
    132 
    133 * `Win+R`
    134 * `"Mountain Duck" -Dproperty.name=value`
    135 
    136 Example: `"Mountain Duck" -Dbookmark.sort=nickname`.
    137 
    138 You may also type `"Mountain Duck" -Dbookmark.sort=nickname` directly into the start menu.
    139 
     130{{{
     131...
     132<property>=<value>
     133...
     134}}}
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    141136== Bug Reports ==