Update: This seems to have fixed itself one night. Maybe I rebooted? Who knows. Anyway, all seems good now.
So I use SFTPDrive on my Vista workstation at work to mount remote filesystems. It generally works pretty well, and I’ve never had an issue where a program didn’t treat my mount as a local drive — until I decided to give upgrading to Zend Studio for Eclipse a go (licenses for which were generously donated to CERIAS by Zend). For some reason, ZSfE just doesn’t show me my “k:” drive (the SFTP mount) when browsing for a project directory. This throws a real wrench in my usual workflow — ZS 5.5 had built-in SFTP support, and I could also use the local mount if I wanted.
I did look in Zend’s Support KB and the forums, but did not come across anything like this. Have you? Any alternatives for directly connecting and editing over SFTP?