S-Drive suggestions - Post ID 300342

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rlarryh wrote:
thanks everyone. Just goes to show you that the older you get doesn't always mean the wiser you get. I have a lot to relearn.
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Too right the older I get the madder I become :lol:
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I think they should make the speed limit your age. The older you get the faster you could go because you have less time to get there.:cool:
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I think they should make the speed limit your age. The older you get the faster you could go because you have less time to get there.

That would be just awesome!! :D
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I would like to be able to access the htaccess file, as seo checks often recommend adding a few things to the htaccess file to speed things up.
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I would like to be able to sort the forms alphabetically on the Forms page. Time-wasting to search through a random assortment of forms to find the one you want to review.
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One shortcut I’ve found is if you remember the form name, Ctrl-F (Cmd-F on Mac) and type part of the name and press enter. It jumps right to the form.
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Hey guys, I develop websites using 3rd party software on Mac. Have been using Direct-FTP (via Windows) to upload to S-Drive, or via browser upload through your site.

I just wanted to verify that this is the only solution available right now for Mac, I do have Site Designer, etc.. on Mac and wanted to see if any recent updates might enable S-Drive upload through MacOS. Or if there might be upcoming products/solutions. Thank you for your time in responding.
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Craig Rittenhouse wrote:
Hey guys, I develop websites using 3rd party software on Mac. Have been using Direct-FTP (via Windows) to upload to S-Drive, or via browser upload through your site.

I just wanted to verify that this is the only solution available right now for Mac, I do have Site Designer, etc.. on Mac and wanted to see if any recent updates might enable S-Drive upload through MacOS. Or if there might be upcoming products/solutions. Thank you for your time in responding.

As I am aware site designer allows for direct publishing to S Drive without the need for FTP or at least that is the case for a PC but can't imagine it being different for a Mac
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Wayan Jaya wrote:
Craig Rittenhouse wrote:
Hey guys, I develop websites using 3rd party software on Mac. Have been using Direct-FTP (via Windows) to upload to S-Drive, or via browser upload through your site.

I just wanted to verify that this is the only solution available right now for Mac, I do have Site Designer, etc.. on Mac and wanted to see if any recent updates might enable S-Drive upload through MacOS. Or if there might be upcoming products/solutions. Thank you for your time in responding.

As I am aware site designer allows for direct publishing to S Drive without the need for FTP or at least that is the case for a PC but can't imagine it being different for a Mac


Thanks Wayan, I'll tinker with it this weekend (purchased as part of a bundle a while ago...)

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