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I have tweaked a bit the excellent FireFtp from Mime Čuvalo and adapted it to turn it into an add-on for BlueGriffon. That's of course a free download. Find it here.
it's a good thing. An integrated FTP client will help to popularize this tool I found for me excellent. And it seems that Fireftp is well documented and maintained, good choice!
Have I missed something in settings?
I installed BlueGriffon, bought + installed ActiveView addon (nice) and installed the FireFTP addon which I start from within BlueGriffon through Tools>FireFTP.
However, I wouldn't exactly call it an "Integrated" FTP client as it opens in an entirely seperate window and there doesn't seem to be any further connection with BlueGriffon. If I want to edit a file from a remote server I must DL it with FireFTP to my computer, then switch to BlueGriffon, then locate, open, edit and save, then switch back to FireFTP and UL the file back to the remote server.
In Notepad++ there is an excellent "integrated" FTP client as a panel on the right- Double-click a file as listed on the remote server tree-list, it downloads and opens automatically in the Notepad++ edit panel. When you're finished editing Select "Save" on the file menu and the FTP client automatically takes over and sends the file back up to the server.
Have I missed something in BlueGriffon / FireFTP?
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