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Topic # 185215 14-Nov-2015 12:59
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I want to turn on a feature that enables saving passwords, which you apparently do within the Settings -> Interface behaviour. I can't see a button for settings and I have no drop down menu bar - the standard File, Edit, Help etc. How do I access those menus in FileZilla / Ubuntu 14.04?





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Menubar at the top of Ubuntu?




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Duh! So simple! I'm used to Windows where the menu bar is on the window you're looking at, not docked at the top of the screen regardless of the window position. This seems like a fairly stupid UI decision, but now I know what it is I can work with it, thanks!




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