Hacking Does anybody out there use Transmit 5 as a FTP client on Mac for accessing the PS3?

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I have been using Filezilla, but there is a lot left to be desired with that program. I would like to use Transmit 5 on my mac. The problem is that Transmit 5 connects to the PS3 just fine, but no files from the remote host/PS3 show up? Wondering if anybody has experience with the Transmit FTP client on their mac, and if so, could you guide me on how to get this program to work with the PS3/Multiman.
 

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I have been using Filezilla, but there is a lot left to be desired with that program. I would like to use Transmit 5 on my mac. The problem is that Transmit 5 connects to the PS3 just fine, but no files from the remote host/PS3 show up? Wondering if anybody has experience with the Transmit FTP client on their mac, and if so, could you guide me on how to get this program to work with the PS3/Multiman.
Cant answer your question sorry but i have a question for you. What is your problem with Filezilla i have used it to transfer loads of games to my PS3 at a fairly zippy speed with zero issues every other ftp client i have tried has gave me loads of problems usually failing to properly transfer the games or just being really slow to transfer.
 

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Mostly it's filezilla's interface that is cumbersome for me. I has worked well for the most part for transferring games to the internal hdd. However, it tends to drop the connection a lot when I transfer multiman theme files back and forth. And again, the gui, and options are not really optimized for a mac.
 
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