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  •  09 Jul 2012 16:26
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    Release Notes: As of version 5.0.1, JFTP is Open Source and free for all uses, including commercial use. The binaries and source code are released under the Apache License version 2.0. Various license-related screens and functions have been removed. Support for native fullscreen capability has been added when running under Mac OS X Lion.

    •  20 Jun 2005 13:36
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      Release Notes: The ability to open, edit, and print local or remote files using associated applications was added. The ability to email local or remote files using the default mailer application was added. Support for using drag & drop to transfer files between local and remote systems was added. Files may be automatically compressed or uncompressed during transfers. Local and remote file filters were enhanced to define inclusion or exclusion filters. The "Upload As" and "Download As" options were added. The German and Traditional Chinese language packs were updated.

      •  30 Jan 2005 16:49
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        Release Notes: The license request and installation process was enhanced. Licenses can now be requested from within JFTP. A new preference for turning the software updates notification on or off was added. The German language files were updated. The German language files are now up-to-date as of version 3.6.

        •  09 Nov 2004 18:33
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          Release Notes: A startup issue on some Unix configurations has been fixed. The favorites manager is enhanced to save the favorites in regular serialized format if encryption fails for any reason. Local file sorting is fixed when the current directory contains drives. UI themes are removed from the UI preferences.

          •  29 Oct 2004 10:09
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            •  07 Sep 2004 13:24
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              Release Notes: This version adds file filters to both local and remote file systems. File filters let you decide which files may be viewed, uploaded, downloaded, or deleted with JFTP. You can filter based on a variety of criteria, such as file name patterns using regular expressions, the modification date of the files, or attributes of the files. The local file system view was enhanced to display as much OS-specific file system information as possible. The ability to change attributes or permissions on a remote directory recursively was added.

              •  16 Aug 2004 17:05
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                Release Notes: An Auto-Update agent that notifies you of new versions when they become available is now built in to JFTP. Starting with version 3.3, you must first obtain a valid license in order to be able to use JFTP. However, the non-commercial license is absolutely free.

                •  03 Aug 2004 20:54
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                  Release Notes: This release bundles a Chinese (Traditional) language pack. Your favorite FTP site definitions are stored in encrypted format for added security. All existing definitions will be converted in to the new secured format upon first use.

                  •  24 May 2004 03:50
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                    Release Notes: New Chinese and German language packs, an installation script for OS/2, and some minor bugfixes.

                    •  12 Mar 2004 06:09
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                      Release Notes: This version is now "Mac OS X ready" and looks and behaves just like any other native Mac OS X application. The MDI was changed to tabbed FTP sessions for fast switching and to be compatible with Aqua design principles. SPCKS 4 and SOCKS 5 support were added. A Spanish language pack is bundled and many more enhancements have been made.

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