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hey guys,
ive recently been trying to upload via ftp on my mac with finder but i cant. i can access the the server and see whats on it but i cant actually upload anything with dragging and dropping. anyw ideas anyone?
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I use Transmit by Panic : http://www.panic.com/transmit/

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Finder does not fully support FTP. While you can browse and download you can't upload. As rberry88 mentioned, Transmit is a great alternative.

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I like Fetch.
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Cyberduck is not as nice as Transmit...but it's free

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Use the command line FTP client ... no really its nice and fast if your use to using the command line
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thanks guys youve been a great help
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