Trivia: the Transmit menu is also known as the title menu.
Show version/build/copyright information.
Check for Updates…
Manually check for an updated version of Transmit to install.
Open the Preferences to configure application settings.
Access the system-wide Services menu.
Hide all Transmit windows.
Hide all non-Transmit windows.
Show any hidden windows.
Stop all transfers and exit the application.
Create a new Transmit window. The left and right pane will follow the setting in the Preferences.
Create a new tab in the current window.
Create a new folder (“untitled folder”) in the current pane.
Create a new file (“untitled file”) in the current pane.
Close this window, along with any open tabs.
Close this tab in the current window.
Disconnect from the currently connected remote server.
Open the currently selected file or folder. If nothing is selected, bring up a local file picker dialog to choose a file or folder to open.
Choose a file from the list of recently-opened files.
Save any changes to the file currently open in Transmit’s editor.
Edit in Transmit
Open this file in Transmit’s built-in text editor.
Preview in Browser
Open this file in your default web browser.
Show the Get Info panel for this file.
Delete this file. You will be asked to confirm. If the item is local it will be moved to the trash. If it’s remote, it will be deleted immediately.
Move this item to a new location. Not all servers support Move operations, so Transmit may need to download a local copy of the item, delete the remote version, then upload it to the new location.
Make a copy of this item in its current location. Not all servers support Duplicate, so Transmit may need to download a local copy first, then upload with a new name alongside the original.
For local items, use the system tool Archive Utility to create a
zip archive containing this file or folder.
View this file using Quick Look.
Remote files will be downloaded to a cache folder first, so be careful using Quick Look on large files.
Rename this file or folder.
Manage the Finder tags for this item.
Finder tags are not supported on remote servers.
Show in Finder
Open a Finder window showing this item in its parent folder.
Open with Finder
Open this item as if double-clicking it in the Finder.
Send Raw Command…
Use this to send the server an FTP or SSH command, as though from the command line interface.
Print the file being edited in Transmit’s text editor.
Undo the last action.
Redo the last action.
Cut the currently selected item or text to the clipboard.
Copy the currently selected item or text to the clipboard.
Paste the contents of the clipboard to the current folder or document.
Delete this item.
Select all items in this folder, or all the text in this document.
These mostly apply to Transmit’s built-in editor.
Locate a string in the current document or selection.
Jump to the next match.
Jump to the previous match.
Use Selection for Find
Grab the currently selected text and use it for future Find operations.
Jump to Selection
Jump to the selected text in the current document.
Spelling, Substitutions, and Speech
These menus, standard in macOS, apply to Transmit’s built-in editor.
Toggle the display of the local file browser pane. If it’s visible, this will hide it, if it’s not, this will show it.
Toggle the remote file browser pane.
Show the Transfer Queue pane.
Show the contents of the current file browser pane as thumbnail icons.
Show the contents of the current file browser pane as in column browser mode.
Show the contents of the current file browser pane as a list.
as Cover Flow
Show the contents of the current file browser pane in Cover Flow mode.
Fetch a new listing for the root folder in the current file browser.
Note that in List view, only the file browser pane’s root folder is refreshed. This does not recurse into opened subfolders.
Show/hide invisible files
Toggle the display of files and folders with names beginning with a dot, for example
.htaccess. This setting can be overridden for specific items with a custom Rule pane.
Show/Hide Places bar
Toggle the display of the Places bar at the top of a file browser. The Places bar gives you quick access to your frequently used folders.
Show/Hide Item Count
Toggle the display of the item count for the current folder.
Show View options
Open the View Options window, where you can manage settings related to the File Browser views.
Show One File Browser
When two file browsers are visible, keep the currently focused browser visible, and hide the inactive one.
Add or remove items from the toolbar at the top of the window.
Enter/Exit Full Screen
Toggle Full Screen mode
Focus on Local
Bring focus to the Local file browser. (If you have two local file browsers, this will focus the file browser on the left.)
Focus on Remote
Bring focus to the Remote file browser. (If you have two remote file browsers, this will focus the file browser on the right.)
Specify the Text Encoding used in Transmit’s built-in editor.
Jump back to the last-viewed folder.
Jump forward to the folder you viewed after this one.
Jump to the parent of the current folder.
Go to Folder…
Enter a path to navigate to. This is useful if you need to navigate to a folder that is nested inside a folder to which you don’t have read access.
Open in Terminal
Open Terminal.app and navigate to the currently-displayed folder.
Link Folder Navigation
Attempt to navigate the left and right file browsers in unison. This only works well if the folder structures displayed in the left and right panes are more or less identical.
Start a new remote connection.
A list of frequently used local folders.
A list of frequently used remote folders.
Transfer Selected Items
Begin transferring the currently selected items, or add them to the transfer queue if there are existing transfers in progress.
Stop the current operation immediately. Note that as we try to end operations gracefully, there might be a short delay as we wait for the server’s response.
Halt the transfer queue so that no new transfers will be started until the queue is resumed. Note that since FTP/SFTP/WebDAV/etc have no concept of “pause”, current transfers will be allowed to finish.
Compare the contents of the current local folder to the current remote folder, and transfer items between them so that the folder listings match.
Explicitly set the transfer mode used for transfers made via FTP or FTP over TLS/SSL.
In auto mode, the transfer mode is chosen according to the item’s file extension. If the extension is found in the list of ASCII File Extensions in the Preferences, ASCII mode is used. If not, Binary is used.
In ASCII mode, data is handled as 8-bit ASCII text. Some servers need to know this in order to add the correct line endings for locally storing the data as text.
In binary mode, the raw data is transferred with no conversion of any kind.