Sat Dec 01, 2007 3:30 pm Post
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Wed Dec 05, 2007 8:16 am Post
xiamenese wrote:Same here with Yummy ... couldn't get it to connect to my ftp account on the university server, which Transmit does with consummate ease
Wed Dec 05, 2007 1:22 pm Post
George the Flea wrote:xiamenese wrote:Same here with Yummy ... couldn't get it to connect to my ftp account on the university server, which Transmit does with consummate ease
That's hilarious. I switched to Yummy because, while I thought the interface was several notches below Transmit's in polish, it was far more reliable for connecting to FTP servers (Transmit used to drop me during large transfers, which was completely unacceptable). It also offers far more powerful tweaking of the FTP connection and so forth.
But so it is with software; everyone's mileage varies.
Wed Dec 05, 2007 1:39 pm Post
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Wed Dec 05, 2007 5:05 pm Post
bhpascal wrote:I've also heard great things about Interarchy. It's a different take on FTP: basically, it tries really hard to make the server look as much like a finder window as possible.
And I can dig that. I'm all for "good interface" being as dependent upon the user as it is upon the program. I ended up going back to Transmit, but I know lots of people who SWEAR by Interarchy. Downside? It's like twice as expensive.
Wed Dec 05, 2007 5:14 pm Post
I second George's endorsement. I've used InterArchy, Fetch, CyberDuck, and now Yummy, and it's the best of the lot. The interface duplicates a Finder look, and connection (at SFTP) is quick and flawless. I use it all the time to update Web sites and backup Scrivener ZIP files. If you have trouble making connections, write to support@yummysoftware. He's quite responsive and frequently delivers free upgrades. [/fanboy rave]George the Flea wrote:I know that it doesn't have Amazon S3 support (about the only feature Transmit has up on it), but I highly recommend YummyFTP if you're looking for FTP software.
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