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Hi

A simple question...I've just ordered 'freeway 4 pro' will I need seperate ftp client software for uploading/downloading to my server or will freeway do the lot. If I do need seperate ftp software what do you recommend? Thank you in advance I'm on a steep learning curve!
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I would recomend "Transmit" by Panic (http://panic.com), it costs $29.95, but it is really worth it!

I would also recomend "Cyberduck" (http://cyberduck.ch/), which is free!

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I'm a big fan of FileZilla for FTP software, and it looks like 3.0 will feature Apple/Mac support. You can download the Beta for 3.0 now.

FileZilla: http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...group_id=21558
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I second Cyberduck ... it's very easy to use.

Cyberduck Tutorial <- Highlight this link to read it.
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Thanks for the advice...much appreciated!
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Fetch works pretty well.

http://www.fetchsoftworks.com/

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I havenever used other FTP clients i always used the cpanel uploading.
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