# PneumaticTube Update

Last year around this time I created a little command-line application to upload files to Dropbox from Windows. Since then I've added a few features, so I figured it was time to post an update.

PneumaticTube now handles this case by trying to access Console.CursorTop in the constructor of each progress display implementation. If access to CursorTop throws an exception, the progress display classes stop trying to report progress using those methods. This keeps scripts which call PneumaticTube under ISE (or another console which doesn't support those cursor operations) from failing. I also added command line switches for disabling progress reporting entirely as a workaround for other possible console support issues.