Open Web URL in browser does not work, Copy URL issue

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jameskachan
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Open Web URL in browser does not work, Copy URL issue

Postby jameskachan » Sun Sep 27, 2009 7:28 am

PROBLEM ONE

When you right click a file you have the option to open a files URL in the browser
however, this does not provide a working URLS as it adds a "/www" in the middle which screws it up.

Is there any way to correct this problem?

Example:
http://www.website.com/www/pictures/pic_1.jpg

PROBLEM TWO,
The other issue I have is that copy URL, while it does actually work, It is not ideal
it copies the link to the file on the server with the IP of the server rather than the more universally understood "www.whatever.com/"

is there anyway to have cyberduck copy a link to a file so that it places in the http://www.whatever.com/ route to the file?

Example:
ftp://74.220.219.79/www/pictures/pic_1.jpg

This has been bothering me for a long time,
Anyone know of way to fix/workaround?
that would be so helpful!
thanks!

- james

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Re: Open Web URL in browser does not work, Copy URL issue

Postby dkocher » Sun Sep 27, 2009 8:50 pm

Please refer to http://trac.cyberduck.ch/wiki/help/en/howto/weburl. From what I can see from your examples you will have to configure /www as the default path in the bookmark setting and http://www.whatever.com/ as the Web URL.

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Re: Open Web URL in browser does not work, Copy URL issue

Postby jameskachan » Thu Oct 01, 2009 5:55 pm

Thank you for the reply.
What you offered does produce a proper link when you choose to "open web URL"
however, it still uses the IP when you choose "copy URL"

"Copy URL" gives me something like this:
ftp://74.220.219.79/www/somefile.jpg

I would like to be able to use the Copy URL command and have it give me:
http://www.jameskachan.com/somefile.jpg

is this possible at all? ....it doesn't seem to be.

I have included a screenshot of the connection settings.

Thanks!
James
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