FTP Disk is a simple, all-in-one FTP client designed specifically for helping you upload and download files. It lets you preview pictures, change permissions, navigate throughout directories, as well as create files and folders. Unadorned looks The program delivers a clean and simple GUI that is divided into two main panels, with one is used for checking the files on the server and the other for displaying the local files. Only a few details are revealed about each file and folder, such as name, date when it was last modified, and type (file or directory). In addition, you can make the utility calculate the size of each item. The log is not incorporated in the main panel just like in other FTP clients so you need to open a separate window to view information about each event and possible errors. Creating new servers and managing files FTP Disk helps you set up a new FTP connection by providing details about the name, host, username, password, path, protocol and URL, picking the preferred protocol (FTP and FTPS), and showing invisible files. You can make use of the drag-and-drop support in order to move files, rename, duplicate or delete items, create a new folder and file, generate a list with favorite items, show invisible files, and refresh the list with all items. Configuration settings There’s support for several setup parameters that help you change the looks of the utility by choosing between several themes, make file associations for text files, as well as apply post-processing tasks, such as sound notifications, shutdown or startup sessions, and others. Bottom line To sum things up, FTP Disk implements a basic suite of features for helping you carry out FTP-related tasks, and is suitable especially for less experienced users. It doesn’t bundle advanced parameters, such as speed limits, SFTP connections, process queue and firewall settings. FTP Disk Features: • Preview files • Create, rename, copy, move, copy folder • Create, rename, and delete file • Change file permissions • View invisible files • Adjust size of each item • Log events • Set background and colors • Manage servers • Associate files with text editor • Compatible with FTP and FTPS • Create a list with favorite items • Choose between theming options • Select protocol • Schedule a start/stop/restart • Shutdown and restart sessions • Resize window to a desired size • Show system tray icon • Create desktop shortcuts • Increase/decrease notepad font size • Adjust sounds volume • Create a shortcut menu • eea19f52d2
BFG Chat Server is a command-line application with the same capabilities as an application described in this document.
BFG Chat Server is used to update list of image files, and to determine avatar images and sizes.
When you start BFG Chat Server for the first time, you will be prompted to enter a path to an image database (images database is a directory with a file name like images.db).
If the same database is already present, it will be updated.
If BFG Chat Server detects a change in the image database, it will try to apply a small update.
If BFG Chat Server detects a new version of the database, it will start a new background process to update the database.
BFG Chat Server works in parallel with BFG Chat Client.
BFG Chat Server – client could receive updates only when BFG Chat Server was running in the background (in a separate process).
BFG Chat Server – client could download updates only when BFG Chat Server was running in the background (in a separate process).
BFG Chat Server – client could synchronize with BFG Chat Server only when BFG Chat Server was running in the background (in a separate process).
BFG Chat Server – client could send messages only when BFG Chat Server was running in the background (in a separate process).
BFG Chat Server – client could check if updates are available only when BFG Chat Server was running in the background (in a separate process).
BFG Chat Server – client could check for updates only when BFG Chat Server was running in the background (in a separate process).
BFG Chat Server – client could have no updates in the background (in a separate process).
If you are not going to use BFG Chat Server for several days, you may delete the application’s files.
BFG Chat Server will automatically start again after deleting its files.
You can also remove a database path from the configuration file.
When a path is removed, the application will automatically detect that database is deleted, and will not use it to update images.
BFG Chat Server will check database when it starts, and if it detects a change in database, it will send a small update to BFG Chat Client.
BFG Chat Server could not check database if it starts in the background because in this case it may run in a separate process.
If BFG Chat Server detects a change in database, it will start a new background process to check the database