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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    I did test it the way you suggested (with files large enough that rapidly switching wasn't an issue) and it just felt a little off since it seemed to be transferring files in the "wrong" order.
    Would it make sense to display a message similar to this:
    Copying 1 & 2 of 6 ...
    If file 2 completes first, then the message updates to:
    Copying 1 & 3 of 6 ...
    This would give the user a better idea of what is happening behind the scenes without the confusion of out-of-order filenames.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig View Post
    Are you doing local-to-local, local-to-ftp, ftp-to-local, or ftp-to-ftp transfers?
    FYI - Most of my work is local-to-remote and remote-to-remote (not FTP, but copies between remote machines over a LAN connection).

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    Cirrus doesn't currently differentiate between local/remote so hard drives, mapped drives, and unc paths are all considered the same. I just use "local" in that context as shorthand.

    Are your remote servers far enough that multiple connections will help?
    ZoŽ P Scooter Software

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