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FTP Rush v3.5.7
FTP Rush v3.5.7 A free file transfer software for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS. And it is not only an FTP/SFTP client but also a cloud storage client (support Google Drive, DropBox, OneDrive, and Amazon S3). With its tabbed Explorer-like interface, you can create multiple tabbed windows for different connections and easily download or upload files via Drag and Drop. It uses the local computer as a bridge to realize the file transfer function between servers of different protocols. That means files can be transferred between any protocols, such as transferring files from OneDrive to DropBox. It also supports the C# scripting language and provides a large number of practical interface functions and detailed documentation. You can use the scripting language to complete any custom tasks you want. Key Features: • Support FTP, FTPS, SFTP, WebDAV, WingFTP Web Client, Google Drive, DropBox, OneDrive, and Amazon S3 • Support multiple platforms including Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS • Server to server file transfer between any protocols • Support C# scripting and provides lots of practical interface functions and detailed documentation • Provide an interactive terminal window to complete any custom tasks • Absolutely pure freeware and easy to use, just unzip and run without installation • Completely rewritten and redesigned, and totally different from FTP Rush v2 • Tabbed interface for smooth control over multiple active connections • Drag-And-Drop files via Explorer-like interface • Support HTTP and SOCKS5 Proxy, create different proxies and switch with a simple mouse click • Skip and Allow Lists make sure that you transfer wanted data only • ...
5/5 1,427 Feb 20, 2024
Gaia Sky v3.5.7
Gaia Sky v3.5.7 A real-time, 3D, astronomy visualization software that runs on Windows, Linux and macOS. It is developed in the framework of ESA's Gaia mission to chart about 1 billion stars of our Galaxy in the Gaia group of the Astronomisches Rechen-Institut (ZAH, Universität Heidelberg). Features • Free and open source - Open source and free, and will stay this way. Contribute to the development and translations. • High object count - The MS-LOD technique enables the real-time exploration of billions of objects. • From Gaia to the cosmos - Explore from high-z galaxies to small asteroids in a seamless manner. • Virtual Reality - Visit the whole Universe in VR! • 6D exploration - Observe star positions but also proper motions and radial velocities, if available. • Planetary surfaces - Explore surfaces with elevation maps (using tessellation, if available). • Procedural planets - Procedurally generate planet surfaces, clouds and atmospheres. • Advanced graphics - Virtual textures, screen space reflections, shadows, HDR, ray-marched distance fields, dynamic resolution, etc. • Eclipses - Real-time eclipse representation in all bodies. • 3D-ready - 6 stereoscopic modes: Anaglyphic (red-cyan), VR headset, 3DTV (H and V), cross-eye and parallel view. • 360 mode - Spherical (equirectangular), cylindrical and Hammer projections available, plus many reprojection modes. • Planetarium projection mode - Azimuthal equidistant (dome master) projection for single-projector setups. MPCDI for real-time usage in multi-projector systems. Ready to produce videos for full domes from the desktop app. • Gaia - Observe Gaia in its orbit and discover its movement in the sky and its attitude. ...
5/5 580 Nov 08, 2023
Toni Sagristà Sellés - University of Heidelberg
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