New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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ghisler(Author) wrote:
2020-03-31, 09:22 UTC
Also, I can make 2 connections in a single instance of TC, but not 3.
This might be a restriction by Google itself.
Oki, but I manage to open as many connections to Drive as needed with TC, just 2 per TC instance but I can start TC 5 times and open 10 connections, and it also fails even if these 2 connections are to different Google Drive accounts. Thought it could be related to TC.
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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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I can see file property rows in listbox.
Do it is possible also to copy to clipboard specially public url?
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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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Yes, this is already possible via right click context menu. It has these options:
- Copy URL to clipboard
- Copy all URLs to clipboard
- Copy everything to clipboard
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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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Sad, but google drive link to folder is not avaliable via plugin. Is any plans for?
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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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Unfortunely there is currently no plugin interface which would allow me to add this.
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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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When I upload files to Google.Drive or Yandex.Disk via plugin, uploading rate is around 1.5 MB/c (megabytes/c) regardless file size.
When I upload files via drag&drop into browser uploading rate is around 9 MB/c (megabytes/c) regardless file size. Why? Am i missing something? This is quite annoying. Very often uploading large files (>50 MB) ends whit error.
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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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Some cloud drives may use more than one connection to speedup upload. It may depend on the load of the server in your location.
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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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2Usher
Thanks for the info!
I turn on logging, but can't find any log file. Where can I find it?
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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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Ovg wrote:
2020-04-18, 06:50 UTC
2Usher
Thanks for the info!
I suspect that TC+Cloud may open more connections if it pass User Agent of Chrome or other known browser rather than TC+Cloud's own string.
Ovg wrote:
2020-04-18, 06:50 UTC
I turn on logging, but can't find any log file. Where can I find it?
In %TEMP% folder. You DID see it when turning log on. You can also use F1 and read TC Help to find more details…
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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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2ghisler(Author)
There's a little bug flying in the cloud ;-)
32-bit version of Cloud plugin shows version 2.2, 64-bit one shows version 2.1.
See report here: viewtopic.php?p=383607#p383607
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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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2Usher
Thanks, I didn't turn on loggng for ftp... Now got it.
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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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I reinstalled the pluging; accidentally removed the connection to Google Drive. Now I cannot add any new connection (Google, Dropbox).
After the dialog box is correctly filled, nothing happens.
The new connections does not show, but neither any error (BTW, where should I find the log file? is the same one that we can activate under Options?)

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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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Apparently the plugin isn't able to write to its settings file tccloud.ini. This can happen when the location of the wincmd.ini is set to a directory where you don't have write rights. Please do the following:
1. Check in menu Help - About Total Commander where wincmd.ini is stored
2. Create an empty tccloud.ini somewhere where you have write rights with Shift+F4
3. Copy it to the same directory as wincmd.ini
4. Press Alt+Enter on the copied tccloud.ini
5. Give yourself or user "Everyone" full control to the file

It's also possible that the tccloud.ini file contains garbage, see this message:
viewtopic.php?p=383693#p383693
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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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2ghisler(Author)
Please stop recommending to give "Everyone" full control on files. This is just plain wrong! "Everyone" literally means everyone, i.e. any user, including any Guest accounts. "Full control" not only means to read and write files but also to change permissions. Hence, giving "Everyone" full control means that guests are allowed to change permissions on files, i.e. can change and/or restrict the permissions for anybody else, which is not what anybody can really want. In practice this might not be relevant, but it can be one source for data leaks and security holes.

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Re: New plugin available: Cloud (access to Box, Dropbox, etc).

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Guest accounts are usually disabled, so "Everyone" is just every user with an account on that PC.
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