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Old 06-19-2011, 01:00 PM  
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Originally Posted by rco133 View Post

I am not quite sure what MODE Z does, but since I download/upload compressed files 99% of the time, maybe I should just disable it by default :-)

Mode z is a compression mode if you dont know what mode z is or does why not try flashfxp help F1

this is what it says...

Originally Posted by flashfxp help

Mode Z transparently compresses data to increase bandwidth and reduce transmission time. This option requires additional CPU processing. Users with low-end computers may want to disable this feature.
Note: Already compressed documents with Zip, Rar, 7zip etc. will not see a noticeable gain.

When checked, the file listing will be compressed. The format is plain text and text compresses very well.

When checked, downloads will be compressed.

When checked, uploads will be compressed.


When checked, site to site transfers will be compressed.
Note: In order for
MODE Z to work with FXP both servers must support MODE Z

Disable for local network servers
When checked, This will disable compression.
MODE Z when using LAN FTP servers (local network)


Use on the fly compression (using zlib) to compress the data which results in faster data transfers.

Enable Compression
When checked, it enables compression on upload and download.

Disable for local network transfers
When checked, This will disable compression when using LAN SFTP servers (local network)

Hope that helps. to what you describe thers no real issue... its doing what it says on the tin...
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