Use this command to open the FTP Browser. The FTP Browser consists mainly of three panes. The leftmost pane displays the directory tree for the local machine. The middle pane displays the content of the selected folder on the local machine. The right pane displays the content of the active folder on the remote system (FTP server).
Multiple files may be selected and moved between the local and remote systems using the buttons on the vertical divider between the middle and right panes. The "A" radio button on this divider is used for an ASCII transfer (converting line terminators for the receiving system) and the "B" radio button is used for a binary transfer, which transfers the selected files byte-for-byte with no changes. An address bar including a button to move up one directory, a refresh button, and a text field indicating the path to the active folder are located above the panes for the local and remote systems.
The following buttons are included:
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