Filezilla Client 3.20.0 Released

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FileZilla Client 3.20.0 has been released and you can now download the latest version from the download button below.

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NEW FEATURES

  • Display error message if entering a non-existing path on local file search
  • Building and running FileZilla now depends on libfilezilla >= 0.6.1 (https://lib.filezilla-project.org/)

Bugfixes and minor changes:

  • Fixed regression introduced in 3.19.0-rc1, reconnecting again uses the last used remote directory instead of the initial default remote directory
  • Fixed crash if creating a new site via the bookmarks dialog
  • Queuing remote directories for transfer no longer exits comparison mode
  • Fixed a rare crash using FTP over TLS if the control connection fails at the same time the data connection gets established
  • Entering invalid regular expressions in filter and search conditions now shows an error message
  • Fixed title of search dialog
  • Stricter certificate chain validation to supplement the Tofu model
  • *nix: Fix initial size of Site Manager dialog with some GTK versions

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