Cyberduck 2.6 Released

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by steelphantom, Jun 9, 2006.

  1. steelphantom macrumors 6502a


    Oct 15, 2005
    I was pleasantly surprised today to see that Cyberduck has been updated to version 2.6. :) One of the coolest new features is the new Dashboard widget that is now included with Cyberduck. I always thought it was cool that Transmission could do all that fancy widget stuff, but now Cyberduck can too (and for free)! :D Here's the official changelog from version 2.5.5:

    • [Localize] Turkish Localization
    • [Feature] Automatic software udpate with Sparkle.framework (Thanks to Andy Matuschak!) [#300]
    • [Feature] Dashboard Widget included (Thanks to Claudio Procida!)
    • [Feature] Marking write-only and non-accessible directories with special icon as in
    • [Feature] Reintroduced transcript drawer in browser window [#104]
    • [Feature] Added transcript drawer to transfer window [#375]
    • [Feature] Option to use Network Diagnostics upon failed connections
    • [Feature] New 'Download failed' and 'Upload failed' Growl notifications [#362]
    • [Feature] Display alert icon in connection dialog if server name cannot be resolved
    • [Feature] Indicate estimated remaining time left for transfers [#43]
    • [Feature] New non-blocking alert boxes replace modal sheets
    • [Bugfix] Stalled connection and file transfer attempts can be interrupted [#55]
    • [Bugfix] Cannot delete empty folders [#162]
    • [Bugfix] Cannot use login username with colon [#309]
    • [Bugfix] Certain operations trigger change of character encoding to default
    • [Bugfix] Unable to delete directory from server [#256]
    • [Bugfix] Permission errors when downloading files from read-only directories [#264]
    • [Bugfix] Change download keyboad shortcut [#277]
    • [Bugfix] Character encoding issues [#238, #333, #361, #390]
    • [Bugfix] Improved compatibility with certain FTP servers
    • [Bugfix] Cannot upload files to drop boxes [#421]
  2. steelphantom thread starter macrumors 6502a


    Oct 15, 2005
    Oops. :eek: I should probably read the news forums once in a while.

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