Can you include .3MF to the list of re-compressible formats? Its structure is similar to MS Office 2007 documents and Open Document Format. It is a ZIP Deflate archive with XML data and some JPG, and/or PNG pictures inside. Otherwise, if I try to compress .3MF it bearly makes it smaller unless I recompress .3MF to the Store setting then it makes it a lot smaller.
Wish they all would move to 7zip ZSTD in the first place so that the optimized file size with FileOptimizer would be 50% of the ZIP Deflate version. And there would be no extra compression needed :)
I noticed that the option to add the optimize archive function to the context menu is missing on Windows 10.
Opening each archive with the interface in order to click it becomes tedious with many files.
Same for others functions like Remove Archive Encryption
Compress with FTP (to optional sites) from shell
I thought this was already a feature. If so, I would definitely like it reinstated.
If not, I would like it added as a feature, preferably as soon as possible.
Currently from the shell, if you use selected compress and ftp, user cannot choose to WHICH ftp site the file should be uploaded.
The user CAN selected the desired site, but only if she does not first compress the file(s).
I want to be able to compress the files from the shell and THEN choose the destination FTP site.
And while I am at it, I would encourage you to include an option within profiles to specify the default folder not only on the server side (which you now do), but the default folder on the computer side.
so you select an zip file and you don get ftp option? Check in Shell Extensions, it should be there in Config… maybe when you uninstalled recently, you lost the option?
The option to compress and FTP the file is there. But it does not include the option to chose WHICH FTP profile to use.
The option to choose profiles IS available, but only if I do not first Compress it.
aha, so compress and ftp to > profile
Sorry that I was unclear.
ok, i wrote it into the feature wishlist…
Thanks. It’s there now, albeit in a slightly different form.