[Cyberduck-trac] [Cyberduck] #5310: Feature Request 'Duplicate To' and 'Duplicate FOlder'

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Wed Oct 13 18:04:36 CEST 2010

#5310: Feature Request 'Duplicate To' and 'Duplicate FOlder'
    Reporter:  ccwill         |        Owner:  dkocher   
        Type:  enhancement    |       Status:  closed    
    Priority:  low            |    Milestone:            
   Component:  interface      |      Version:  3.6.1     
    Severity:  minor          |   Resolution:  worksforme
    Keywords:  duplicate, cp  |     Platform:            
Architecture:                 |  

Comment (by ccwill):

 I guess it boils down to preference - I don't keep all of the folders
 expanded all of the time - because its dirty and a pain to navigate, and I
 don't feel like I should have to prepare my client before i undergo an
 action - by which I mean - expanding all of the directories and then
 dragging to the directory I want to send it to - I would much rather just
 click a folder and tell it to do what i want it to do without having to
 worry about the time it takes to expand all of the directories and then
 carefully drag the folder across, I would much rather have a simple cp
 function that allows me to define the destination path.

 I understand that the os supports a native method for copying a folder
 from one directory to another - I was simply hoping that a more user
 friendly approach was feasible.

 I still think custom commands would be a cool addition, shortcuts for
 common actions, macros - whatever you want to call them. A simple
 interface that allows us to define our own common actions that we want to
 perform that takes advantage of our unique server environments.

 If I login as root - i think it would be very cool to be able to setup a
 little command to restart my media server or even apache from within CD.
 Likewise, if I am logged in as a client with shell access - I think it
 would be awesome to be able to execute commands like zip, cp, move, etc
 right from the shell menu.

 I have no issues with continuing to use shell to do any of this, just
 though a streamline would be awesome.

Ticket URL: <http://trac.cyberduck.ch/ticket/5310#comment:4>
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