The following toolbar buttons are available only in the file transfer window.
Select the Download Dialog option (1 in Figure C.14) to open the Download - Select Folder dialog that allows you to select a folder on the local computer and transfer the currently selected file into it. The shortcut key for Download Dialog is
Select the Upload Dialog option (2 in Figure C.14) to open the Upload - Select Files dialog that allows you to select a file and transfer it from the local computer to the remote host computer. The shortcut key for Upload Dialog is
Select the Toggle Transfer View option (3 in Figure C.14) to hide or show the Transfer View pane.
Select the Large Icons option (4 in Figure C.14) to display the file view as a Large Icons view. Each file and folder has a large icon associated with it, making for a clear and uncluttered display.
Select the Small Icons option (5 in Figure C.14) to display the file view as a Small Icons view. Each file and folder has a small icon associated with it. This makes it possible to display several times more items than the Large Icons view.
Select the List option (6 in Figure C.14) to display the file view as a List view. Each file and folder has a small icon associated with it, and the files and folders are displayed in one column.
Select the Details option (7 in Figure C.14) to display the file view as a Details view. The files and folders are displayed with a small icon, their file name, file size, file type, last modification date and attributes visible.
By clicking on the Name, Size, Type and Modified sort bars located at the top of the File view, you can sort the files and folders based on their file name, file size, file type and the time they were last modified. Selecting the same sort option again reverses the sorting order.
Note that the sort function is not case-sensitive: uppercase text is sorted together with lowercase text.
The file types are derived from your local computer. If you have defined a new file type description for files with a certain file name extension, also the files on the remote computer are shown to be of that file type. This makes it easy to recognize particular file types also on the remote computer.
Select the ASCII option (8 in Figure C.14) to transfer files in ASCII mode.
Select the Binary option (9 in Figure C.14) to transfer files in binary mode.
Select the Auto Select option (10 in Figure C.14) to automatically change the transfer mode based on the file extension. Files using a file extension specified on the ASCII Extensions list on the Mode page of the Settings dialog will be transferred in ASCII mode. All other files will be transferred in binary mode. For more information, see Defining File Transfer Mode.
Select the Cancel Transfer option (11 in Figure C.14) to stop ongoing file transfers.