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Safari's default FTP

Safari uses the Finder as default FTP client. A cool feature.

Thanks enrique

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#1 by Oscar dres

23:23 on 29 July 2004

No its not so cool when you type in the wrong ftp adress, the finder tries to open it but it can't so finder crashes, restart is only thing possible, anyone a solution how to browse FTP instead of finder FTP ?

#2 by cool143

23:29 on 31 May 2005


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