Saturday, February 12, 2011

How to Customize Columns in CrossFTP

CrossFTP now supports the columns customization, so that the users can choose to customize their preferred columns in the main panel. For the local panel, the available columns include Name, Size, File Type, and Last Modified. For the remote panel, the available columns include Name, Size, File Type, Last Modified, Owner, Group, Storage Class, and Attributes.

To customize the default columns display in CrossFTP, simply right click on the column head, and select the columns you want to see. This is shown in the Figure 1.
Fig. 1, Columns Adjustment

After the adjustment, you can see the updated columns immediately. For example, you can see the S3's storage class when you select the Storage Class column in the customization. This is shown in Figure 2:

Fig. 2 Main Panel after the Columns Adjustment

Now you should be able to find and adjust the columns in CrossFTP as you needed. Let us know if you have any suggestions. This feature is available in CrossFTP 1.75a or later.

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Wednesday, February 09, 2011

CrossFTP Version 1.75a Released

CrossFTP 1.75a is a major update of CrossFTP. It significantly enhances
the user interface, fixes the stabilty issue, improves the sync function,
and lot of other stuffs.
Here are the main change points:
  * Add "Group", "Owner", and "Storage Class" columns' support.
  * Support DevPay for Amazon S3.
  * Fix WebDav error for Air Shairing.
  * Fix the stability issue introduced in 1.70.
  * Improves the main panel UI.
  * Support the keep date option during transfer.
  * Enhance the directory sync for MD5 and date check.
  * Compatible with JDK 1.5 for Mac OS X 10.4 users.
  * A lot of bug fixes.
The update is recommended for all CrossFTP users.