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FTP Addin on latest browser

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Moved up to latest browser but can't get Extensions FireFTP or FireSSH to run in a browser tab. If y'all come up with an FTP add-in Extension that works, that would be great!

I am a developer and FTP in a tab as much as I use the web browser. I updated, realized I did not have an FTP, went looking for one and came up empty handed. So I dropped back a version. Until then, I love my old Firefox with website tab, and FTP tab.

Thanks!

Moved up to latest browser but can't get Extensions FireFTP or FireSSH to run in a browser tab. If y'all come up with an FTP add-in Extension that works, that would be great! I am a developer and FTP in a tab as much as I use the web browser. I updated, realized I did not have an FTP, went looking for one and came up empty handed. So I dropped back a version. Until then, I love my old Firefox with website tab, and FTP tab. Thanks!

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philipp
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hi, i don't think that it's possible to implement a ftp client as a webextension, so i'd recommend looking into standalone 3rd party tools for that purpose, like filezilla or winscp...

hi, i don't think that it's possible to implement a ftp client as a webextension, so i'd recommend looking into standalone 3rd party tools for that purpose, like filezilla or winscp...

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It was the Extensions FireFTP and FireSSH that I relied on running in a tab.

It was the Extensions FireFTP and FireSSH that I relied on running in a tab.
Pkshadow
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philipp said

hi, i don't think that it's possible to implement a ftp client as a webextension, so i'd recommend looking into standalone 3rd party tools for that purpose, like filezilla or winscp...

As said not possible at this time. Try https://filezilla-project.org/

Please let us know if this solved your issue or if need further assistance.

''philipp [[#answer-1029765|said]]'' <blockquote> hi, i don't think that it's possible to implement a ftp client as a webextension, so i'd recommend looking into standalone 3rd party tools for that purpose, like filezilla or winscp... </blockquote> As said not possible at this time. Try https://filezilla-project.org/ Please let us know if this solved your issue or if need further assistance.
OzWaz 0 solutions 6 answers

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File Zilla is nowhere near as good as the FTP add-on that ran on Firefox.

Is there any particular reason why you axed this excellent app?

Do I really have two go back to choosing from a bunch of ordinary performers?

File Zilla is nowhere near as good as the FTP add-on that ran on Firefox. Is there any particular reason why you axed this excellent app? Do I really have two go back to choosing from a bunch of ordinary performers?