Robo-FTP Server

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How do I get rid of the names of the script files in the QuickScript dropdown menu that will not be used?

Robo-FTP 3.5.x and earlier

Files in the dropdown menu are saved in a file named "Robo-FTP.ini". You can delete this file but then the dropdown will automatically be populated from .s files in the Robo-FTP working folder so you should also delete any .s files that you do not want to appear in the dropdown menu.

Robo-FTP 3.6.x through 3.9.x

File in the dropdown menu are saved in the registry. We do not recommend attempting to edit this.

Robo-FTP 3.10.x and later

This dropdown no longer displays a list of recently run scripts. Instead, it displays a list of scripts stored in the user's scripts directory merged with a list of scripts stored in the site-wide scripts directory.

See the Help File for a description of the directories Robo-FTP uses to store user data.

Article last updated: 2016-08-08

Tags: Robo-FTP, Configuration

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