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Transfers window - please add date/time


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On several occasions, I needed to double check if I had transferred something to the server. Without a date/time, you can't tell if you transferred something yesterday, today or last week. please add date time to the transfers log. it could be a separate column, or just appended to the 'completed' status column (ex: Completed - 2017/11/15 - 01:01:01 ). thank you.
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In such cases you can just run Right Click on file/directory/project in the Workspace window then Publishing->Smart Sync and it will tell you what files have mismatch date/time stamp and/or size and offer you 5 options: leave intact, upload, download, remove on remote side and remove on local side.
As of the date/time stamp column, you can see it in View->Tabs->Explorer on the bottom panel. If you don't see columns, make sure View->Show Details is checked

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I would find it really convenient if the transfers panel showed at least the transfer time. I vaguely remember requesting that some time ago Smile
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Yes, I know there are ways to see the date/time stamps of files, or to compare via sync. Thank you. But any ftp transfer program I have used, displays date and time in the log, and I often do ctrl+shift+S to save files and upload, (love that feature). But I would prefer to see the time in the transfer log if it's not too much trouble... Thanks for your reply. Please consider.
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I'm not sure why you need it. It's not persistent. As soon as you leave the IDE, the log is lost.
Perhaps, we can show both source file date/time (if known) and transfer time. Under "source" I mean the file to be transferred.

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Anywhere you can display it in the transfer log would be swell. the scenario is... i'm working all day long, making changes to multiple files, and using ctrl+shift+S, and at some point or another, i'm not sure if I uploaded certain files or not in the last 30 mins or so. since I can't see a time in the transfer log, I go and ctrl+shift+S again, just to be sure I uploaded all the files I've been working on in the last 30 mins or so. if I could see the times, I would know which files I uploaded in the last 30 mins, since I made recent changes. again, not critical, just wish it was there at times. thanks!
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My own scenario is very similar as markh1. I can quickly find out when I saved files in PhpED, but I can't see if I uploaded since the last change. Sometimes I get interrupted, so I often upload multiple times just to be sure.

Working on large projects with files in many directories, I only keep files open that I've changed, so I can work through them again to upload. It would take ages for a Smart Sync and viewing through FTP Explorer would be too fiddly. Having a transfer time shown would be great.
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Yes, I would like to see transfer time too.
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