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  • in reply to: WebDAV Support / Nextcloud Support #8195
    mssm
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    Separation seems to be enough for me, as long as I can browse cloud images. The cloud does not need to be parsed for tags or “All Media”, which would be a huge performance drawback using Webdav.
    What could be useful is moving from or to cloud.

    To be honest it’s not the best solution to have the Webdav credentials in all single apps like FolderSync, Solid Explorer, and then fstop. A system-wide webdav mount would be better, but it’s the current way that apps need to access Webdav themselves.

    in reply to: WebDAV Support / Nextcloud Support #7800
    mssm
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    Hi, I also miss the Webdav support a lot. If adding Cloud-features, then universal Webdav is the most important for me, more than all the commercial and proprietary clouds like Drive, Dropbox etc.

    I understand that not every single app can add all the cloud features. It would be more appropriate to have a global filesystem mount for those and all the apps can use that. But with fixed mounted network filesystems it is often blocking on linux when using mobile networks and switching networks a lot. Then there is automount and stuff….
    But to be honest for most of the files on my Webdav cloud I’m very happy with the Solid Explorer app. I’m using that for years, and it’s the best file browser for me, supporting all the clouds. I could also browse the pictures there, it has a nice scalable icon preview and a picture viewer addon. But picture file types are special and F-stop is far better on that domain, especially after I purchased the Pro for getting the “Nested folders” feature.

    So I would still emphasize, that adding the Webdav functionality to the already existing cloud features in F-Stop would be great.

    Thanks.

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