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Re: [gftp] data columns?

There is an option called Overwrite by Default. This option is present in 2.0.18. In the current code, I changed it so that the dialog is not shown if that option is enabled. You can get that code out of GNOME's SVN repository or at http://www.gftp.org/gftp-test.tar.bz2. I am slowly working on that release as I get time.


On 3/19/07, Alonso Acuña - PBX Virtual <alonso@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi Brian, another change I did was disable the dialog that asks for confirmation when one is transferring a file that exists on the other side. I did this with a change in the code so that files are overwritten without asking. Is there a way to do that via the config file or GUI ?  If not, then can we implement an option to disable it?

Brian Masney wrote:
    gftp supports hiding some columns, although there is no option to do it inside the GUI. Edit your ~/.gftp/gftprc file and look for the local_*_width and remote_*_width options. Set the value to -1 to disable that column. Search for local_file_width and that should get you to the start of those options.


On 4/19/07, Morten Juhl Johansen <mjj@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > wrote:
While gFTP remains my client of choice - it is excellent - I am
wondering if it is possible to hide certain columns of data?
I have no need for having the user and group displayed constantly, for

Morten Juhl Johansen,
Odense, Denmark