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Look at FTPEx.au3 in C:\Program Files (x86)\AutoIt3\Include\ from line 1062 to 1143.

The progress is called at 1071, however I believe that the Progress itself is the problem as there are no truncations anywhere. You could re-write this function and use a custom GUI with a progress bar. It's been done elsewhere, just search the forum a bit :oops:

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If you use the one that I have linked in my signature, it has a user programmable label and progress bar that can be quickly thrown into a script as a demo of a way to do that.

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I was looking at that but what I did instead was to just get the base part of the filename and make it show that. The customer doesn't care where I am putting it - only that each file is downlaoded If you want, I can upload the modified file. Then at least future people will be able to use it as is. Or maybe one of the two previous posters should incorporate their changes into the file. After all - why re-invent the wheel? If something really good is already out there - why not just put it into the file so everyone can use it? Let me know if you want me to upload my changed file. :-)

I see I used the word "file" a lot up there and it might be confusing. I am talking about the FTPEx.au3 file.

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