moderated Downloading files from server


Bill White
 

Hi, Kevin. As Richard said, Filezilla is good. You can also enable ftp downloading from your browser as follows,

 

Enabling FTP Transfer in Your Browser

Starting in late 2020, web browser developers began disabling FTP (File Transfer Protocol) file downloads by default. Our assumption is that they consider such downloads security risks. Artwork makes all of our software available to customers via FTP so until we change this, our customers still need to use FTP. This article describes how the user can change the browser to allow FTP file downloads.

 

Firefox

 

Firefox version 86 and later block FTP by default. If you get a strange dialog box after clicking on an ftp link on one of Artwork's download pages, this is the reason. (Note - it is also possible that your company's firewall may block all FTP traffic. Check with your IT department if you are not sure.)

 

type into Firefox's address bar: about:config

 

You will be warned to proceed with caution:

Accept the Risk and Continue.

 

When presented with the next window, enter into the search box the term "ftp". You will see a number of settings related to ftp file transfers.

We are interested in the parameter network.ftp.enabled. If the value is set to false, then ftp is disabled. We want to change that value from false to true. To change the value from false to true click on the toggle button.

After doing this you will see the value is now true.

You can close this window; now you will be able to use ftp.

 

Google Chrome

 

By default, Google Chrome will attempt to send you to a different application in order to use FTP as you can see below when I try to download Qckvu3 from Artwork's web site:

 

To correct this, first type into the address bar: chrome://flags and you will see the following window:

Now type into the search bar: enable-ftp

You should see the flag for enable-ftp. If it is set to Default or to Disabled, press the label/button and select Enabled.

Now all you need to do is to press the button labeled Relaunch at the bottom of the window. This will restart Chrome and your change will take effect.

Once you have done this, you should be able to use ftp.

 

Microsoft Edge

 

To correct this, first type into the address bar: chrome://flags and you will see the following window:

Now type into the search bar: enable-ftp

You should see the flag for enable-ftp. If it is set to Default or to Disabled, press the label/button and select Enabled.

Now all you need to do is to press the button labeled Relaunch at the bottom of the window. This will restart Edge and your change will take effect.

Once you have done this, you should be able to use ftp.

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of kevin meyers
Sent: Tuesday, July 6, 2021 9:21 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Downloading files from server

 

Hello,

I’m using the most recent versions of windows10 and Jaws2021. Is there a free program that works with Jaws2021 where I can download files from a server where my web site is located?

Cheers,

Kevin


Richard Turner <richardturner42@...>
 

Assuming you are talking about an FTP client; yes.
Filezilla is free and works great with Jaws 2021.
It is made by the same open source group that does FireFox.



Richard 
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On Jul 6, 2021, at 9:21 AM, kevin meyers <kman2020@...> wrote:



Hello,

I’m using the most recent versions of windows10 and Jaws2021. Is there a free program that works with Jaws2021 where I can download files from a server where my web site is located?

Cheers,

Kevin


kevin meyers
 

Hello,

I’m using the most recent versions of windows10 and Jaws2021. Is there a free program that works with Jaws2021 where I can download files from a server where my web site is located?

Cheers,

Kevin