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    PromoPunch's Avatar
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    What's everyone using for FTP?
    We recently moved over to Mac and we're trying to replace all of our old windows programs. We used to use WS FTP Pro for FTP and now we're looking for that perfect solution on the Mac. We've been using fetch for a couple of days and we're happy with it but would like to know what others are using.

    Thanks!

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    Transmit is nice...

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    Agreed. I used to use Fetch, but switched to Transmit and have been using it for some time.


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    Another vote for Transmit. It's not free but worth it to me. CyberDuck is a good free FTP application.

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    Use the free version of 'RBrowser' which is ok but 'Transmit' is great.

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    jack-o-box
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    I use cyberduck, works great.

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    Transmit as well here.
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    Yeah I use Transmit also.. I used to use Fetch, a very nice program also

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    antizero
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    I use fugu, its free too and does everything I need.

  12. #12
    MadRhino23
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    I am OLD School... I still use Fetch... I only used Transmit for a little bit... it's nice, but at the time, it was a little buggy and I happen to be living in South FLA where the networking is probably the worse I ever seen, I mean the WHOLE area... With Transmit I used to get BUMPED off a lot!

    But Transmit does have some KEWL features... I have nothing negative to say about Transmit! :headphone :headphone

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    I'll have to check out transmit again then. Fetch crashes non stop on this iMac intel Duo. Then again so does everything else so who knows.

  14. #14

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    Hey guys,

    In Transmit, is there a way to store all of your FTP sites so that you can quickly connect to them?

    Thanks!

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    I use a program called Safe Place to store mine, but Im sure you can. Hopefully someone else will be able to help there.

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