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  1. sumdumugy

    3.5.x Beta

    rafi, can you move and update your list of known issues, please? it's now 2 years old
  2. sumdumugy

    3.5.x Beta

    rafi: What happened to your 'list of known issues'?
  3. Hey, do you think you could bring your 'list of known issues' post up to date again when you get a chance, thanks.

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      If I'll have the time...

  4. how could i have missed it? thx, bookmarked!
  5. rafi, when u have a moment could u pls port your 3.3 list of known issues to reflect the changes in 3.4?
  6. Can somebody post a list of known issues with 3.4, please? If there are too many, then just the major ones...
  7. rafi, can you pls (re)post an up-to-date list of known issues with 3.3.2?
  8. That might be an understatement. The way things are going, it seems to me that the testing you speak of consists of one program launch on the computer of whoever compiled that particular version and if it doesn't crash within 3 seconds it's considered stable.
  9. ...but isn't utorrentplus even more ads?
  10. Why can't uTorrent go open source? It's freeware anyway. Some people still plan to make money out of it. Cannot do that with open source... Money out of FREEware? Sounds like an oxymoron to me. Besides, there's open source SW out there that is paid for. TBH, I'd rather pay €10 to get rid of the ad-jazz, get a Lite version instead and a guarantee that bugs I report actually will be fixed... rather then this freeware nonsense that forces me to use a 3-year-old version. </rant>
  11. Why can't uTorrent go open source? It's freeware anyway.
  12. The line dividing torrent job list and the sidebar cannot be moved further left from its default position so unless you have 20-letter labels you're gonna end up with a lot of white space there. Furthermore, uTorrent no longer remembers whether it was minimized upon exiting or not. (i.e. It always starts popped-up)