Encrypted 7z, zip and rar archives are also supported.
If you have an archive file created on an operating system that does not use Unicode you can open it in MaxCommander and select the right characters encoding for file names (available for arj, lha/lzh, zip, rar and tar archives).
MaxCommander can connect to file servers and you can manage remote files and folders on such servers. The following servers are supported:
FTPS - implicit FTP over SSL/TLS
FTPES - explicit FTP over SSL/TLS
Files servers for a local network can be discovered using Bonjour.
BUGFIX: the app may crashes when counting size of multiple dirs at once
BUGFIX: wildcard selection stops working after the dialog exits as cancelled
BUGFIX: when multiple windows is opened, a prompt shown to the user during an operation can block them all
BUGFIX: editing remote or archived file asks the user two times about updating the server / archive file
BUGFIX: SFTP/FTP disconnect may take unnecessary long time when it needs to interrupts a big file upload or download
BUGFIX: upload/download with drag & drop always uses a single connection
BUGFIX: on some servers, like Microsoft FTP, an upload with resume may fails when the target file exists
BUGFIX: making a tar archive of a folder with a special file in it (like socket, character device or block device file) never completes
BUGFIX: adding files to an archive always overwrite files in that archive with the same names
BUGFIX: the app may hang on switching previewed (QuickLook) FTP/SFTP or archived item
Unified password for opening DMG and zip on this site:
Regarding the activation method, most articles have made different activation
instructions for different
However, in the end, the actual situation in the dmg package shall prevail. If there is only a
single .app or