Transmit Widget
Transmit Widget
4.0.6

5.0

Transmit Widget free download for Mac

Transmit Widget

4.0.6
06 July 2010

Dashboard widget uploads files using Transmit.

Overview

Transmit Widget is a Dashboard widget that allows you to quickly upload items to your favorite FTP server using Transmit - any time, any place, thanks to the power of Dashboard.

Note: Due to a limitation in Mac OS X 10.4, only one item can be dropped at a time. This is expected to change in a future version of Mac OS X.

What's new in Transmit Widget

Version 4.0.6: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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13 Transmit Widget Reviews

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Anonymous
01 May 2005

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Can't make it work. Not to the server in the other room, not to a hosted server. Transmit itself works, Fetch works, Cyberduck works. The widget itself is a fantastic idea and the look and action of it, amazing.
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Version 1.0
doodller
28 January 2007
This widget can work with only some system language (English & Japanese..) ? not work on other languages...
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Version 2.0
Igabe
27 October 2006
Finally Has Favorites! Panic, you're great because you care enough to listen. Thank You.
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
21 June 2005
Has worked perfectly for me and I have had problems with other ftp widgets/scripts that I have used with my work server.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
07 June 2005
anyway to make it so the permissions are autmatically set to something user specified (using octal #?) after upload? as it is, ill still have to go in with transmit and change those settings. im using it to upload pictures to a specific folder to be shared on the web.
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Version 1.1
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Anonymous
Anonymous
07 June 2005
nevermind, i feel stupid. auto permissions. cool.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
14 May 2005
Still annoying - I prefer to close widgets when not in use and this one doesn't remember path settings, so they have to be re-entered every time. Even better would be a drop down list of different server settings entered and remembered.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
13 May 2005
This widget has worked perfectly for me since day one. It never launches the full version of Transmit and it's extremely easy to drag files on to the widget. It's quick and easy, a great way when you just want to quickly send one file without launching the app.
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Version 1.1
Richard-Testani
06 May 2005
I was a little surprised by Panic's lame widget. Their software is top notch but this weidget is a bit useless. I coudn't get it to connected either as many users have posted already. Further more it launches the full version of Transmit which to me kills the point to have the widget. I woudn't mind uploading a file here and there without a full FTP app. Also dropping files onto is not an easy task. This may be the implementation of Dashboard more then this widget itself, but possibly a browse feature culd supplement that.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
04 May 2005
Doesn't work for me. Entered correct info and won't connect. Even reinstalled twice. Anyone knows what's going on?
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Version 1.0
DaMieN
04 May 2005
This widget is a ripoff of what Yummy FTP has been able to do with FTP Alias for many versions of the software... the widget is a BAD idea. FTP Alias is a lot more useful and it can handle 10000s of files/folder, works in the Finder, and in 10.3!!! It works with Growl and AutoRoute there is no comparison, this is just a blatant ripoff imho.
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Version 1.0
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J-Mueller-MacUpdate
J-Mueller-MacUpdate
04 May 2005
I don't see how it could be called a rip off. Drop boxes have been around since the beginning of a GUI internet. Apple has had drag and drop printer icons from the desktop. Apple's old eWorld community used drag and drop transfers. It's fair to say there is a better solution, but it's unfair to claim it as a rip off.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
03 May 2005
everything worked just fine for me. Love it.
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Version 1.0