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    Default Factory FTP upload

    I am desperately trying to upload a file to the Factory, and running into no end of trouble. Firefox 2.0 doesn't work, even with the FireFTP extension, and IE 7 can't even get to the page. Somehow I suspect I will have to just install a VirtualPC with IE6. Fun! So, has anyone actually managed to FTP upload with IE7?

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    Default Re: Factory FTP upload

    http://www.yousendit.com is lovely for transmitting large files.

    Total Commander, one of my favorite apps, has an FTP client in it.
    Last edited by truevis; 2006-12-29 at 02:55 AM.

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    Default Re: Factory FTP upload

    I have used ws_ftp pro for many many years and have no complaints

    with ie7 they switched things around and pushed the ftp stuff back onto windows explorer.
    try typing the ftp url into a standard windows explorer page then go to file>loggon as...

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    Default Re: Factory FTP upload

    I've been using FileZilla for a long time, works great
    http://filezilla.sourceforge.net/

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