[twsocket] My Utilities UPDATED

Francesco D'Inzeo f.dinzeo@wintech.it
Thu, 01 Jun 2000 15:10:34 +0200

On Thu, 01 Jun 2000 07:25:21 -0500, Davie wrote:

>Ok, you wanted feedback, here is my feedback. The layout looks familiar
>to other FTP type programs.
>1. kEEP THE temp files created in the Windows\Temp folder.Typically a
>user will
>put his TEMP folder onto a drive that is very fast. Also if your program
>delete it's own temp files, then you end up with files that are not
>taking up space, where-as the user always knows he can clean out old
>files in
>the temp folder.
>2. I clicked, connect, and then picked geocites and then clicked connect
>then after a little bit it said ready but NO TREE was displayed. So I
>the "ReFRESH" button and then it came up and said "HostDirName" empty
>and then
>the program bombed straight out :(
>3. All forms appear to have an UGLY scroll bars at side and bottom. WHY
>THAT??? I am sending screen shot of what I am saying! In fact, I
>stretched out
>the window thinking the scroll bars would go away and they didn't. So
>you can
>see the 2 screen shots.
>4. I connect to DOMINET and then click connect and then after a few
>seconds it
>says "FTP COMponent not connected"  :(
>5. When you click on a folder to on the FTP side, you should display an
>HOUR-GLASS while you are getting the new folder info, and you SHOULD NOT
>the window, UNTIL the new data has arrived!
>6. THRUPUT is not a word (in your download window)
>7. WHen your transfer starts, it wastes time getting the directory tree
>info. There is NO NEED for that!
>8. When the transfer is DONE, the download window STAYS on the screen.
>Very annoying.
>9. When downloading and a file already exists, there is no option to
>SKIP the download!!! VERY BAD!
>10. It would be much nicer if each download window appeared at the
>bottom of your taskbar so you could see the completeion status of each
>file you are downloading!
>11. Your abort button doesn't abort current command in process, it
>disconnects you and then it blows up from there and bombs you out of the
>12. Connect to BasKent and then go to this folder "/pub/solaris" and you
>will see that NO INFO is display in the dir listing. Thus since it's
>blank, you are kind of screwed as far as clicking on the "." and ".."
>icons :(
>13. UNIX entries that are "LINKED" folders do NOT appear in your
>folders/files list window. Do you ignore them???? That is bad, because
>maybe someone told a guy to go to a SPECIFIC path and then with your
>program he wouldn't be able to SEEEE it!
>14.  If you click on your "UP" button and you are ALREADY at the top,
>then you blow up.
>15. No need to have 2 seperate files PUBLIC.INI and PRIVATE.INI, you can
>keep the data all in one INI file.
>16. You should NOT have the passwords in the INI file available in a
>READABLE FORMAT!!!!!! I can see all the passwords :)
>17. Your ASCII/BINARY/AUTO mode doesn't work right. It always seems to
>be in AUTO mode. I clicked on BINARY and transferred a text file and it
>ADDED the CR/LF stuff even though the source file just had linefeeds
>(unix type of text).
>I am tired for now.... :(
>If y9ou want to see the screen shots I told you about, just let me know.
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AAARGHHHH .... Do we all need all those things ???

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of Hamlet, and Beethoven began work on his Ninth Symphony."
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