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    iFX
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    FTP Client?
    Whats a good FTP client for a Mac.. I used to use Smart FTP for Windows.. do they have a Mac version for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iFX
    Whats a good FTP client for a Mac.. I used to use Smart FTP for Windows.. do they have a Mac version for it?
    "Transmit" is a decent FTP app.
    http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/16683

    Some also use "Fetch"

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    Cyberduck is not as polished as Transmit, but it's free.
    http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/14426

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    I've used Fetch which is okay, but these days I use RBrowserLite. And it's free also.

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    Transmit is my favorite.
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    i have to second that i like transmit as well , i used fetch for a while but grew tired with it .....

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    either of those mentioned get a good vote from me

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    Anyone used the new Fetch which supports SFTP?

    I liked Fetch in the Classic days, and might eventually go back if it works out.

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    I have actually switched over to Fugu

    http://rsug.itd.umich.edu/software/fugu/

    Open Source and has never given me a problem
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    menace3054
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    i use fetch all the time, i cannot complain, its very easy to use and user friendly.

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    PW FTP X. i use it all the time and it is easy

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    dackerman
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    Terminal - FTP.

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    forbin
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    I like Transmit, but just tested FTPeel .. Very cool. Extremly polished gui and easy to use

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    Harryc
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    I use Finder....works fine for me.

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