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Changes between Version 38 and Version 39 of help/en/howto/preferences


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Nov 29, 2010 1:59:00 PM (11 years ago)
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    1515use only one ''Info'' window which updates with the selection change in the browser. If unchecked, open multiple Info windows to compare files.
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     17== Editor ==
     18
     19Refer to [wiki:help/en/howto/edit Edit Files].
     20
    1721== Connection → Text Encoding ==
    1822The text encoding selected is used to decode the filenames in a directory listing sent by the server. It is important this matches the text encoding used by the server to encode the characters as otherwise characters not in the ASCII range (such as German Umlaute) are not displayed correctly. `UTF-8` (the default), `ISO-8859-1` and `Windows-1252` are the most common. You can also change the text encoding per browser using ''View → Text Encoding''.
     
    2226This setting is a also available per [wiki:help/en/howto/bookmarks bookmark].
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    24 == Transfers → Advanced ==
     28== Transfers → Permissions ==
     29
     30The setting for permissions apply when connected to a UNIX host using [wiki:help/en/howto/ftp FTP] or [wiki:help/en/howto/sftp SFTP].
     31
     32== Transfers → Timestamps ==
     33
     34Preserve timestamps when uploading or downloading files. For [wiki:help/en/howto/sync synchronization] to work, these options must be enabled.
     35
     36== Transfers → Filter ==
    2537Files can be globaly excluded from uploads or downloads if they match a given regular expression. Standard PERL regular expressions are used, see Google for more help. The most important qualifiers are:
    2638{{{
     
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    41 == Editor ==
     53== Bandwidth ==
    4254
    43 Refer to [wiki:help/en/howto/edit Edit Files].
     55Limit the maximum bandwidth that is allowed for transfers. Useful when you don't want transfers to take all the bandwidth available on your internet connection that would slow down other connections.
    4456
    4557== Connection → Timeouts ==
     
    5062
    5163Failed transfers due to network connection issues such as a low latency can be choosen to be repeated with a configurable number of retries.
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     65== Connection → Proxies ==
     66
     67Refer to opening a connection through a [wiki:help/en/howto/connection#Proxyservers proxy] server. If checked, read proxy settings from ''System Preferences''.
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    5369== Default protocol handler ==