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  1. I agree 100%. It's better than it used to be, but this last bug is still preventing me from using it. Moving 10 or more torrents takes an enormous amount of effort.
  2. Every once in a while I get the message: Cannot find the specified file. Then the torrent gets a big red cross in front of it. A force recheck seems to fix it so far, but I'm afraid of losing data.
  3. I'm still getting torrent errors with 24796. Since the last couple of betas I'm regularly facing problems where µTorrent shows a red X and says something about not being able to find some file. Please fix.
  4. Thanks for the torrent crash fix. The last 2 days I've noticed torrents stop and display the red X. It then states something like: 'µTorrent cannot find file'.
  5. Here's how I do it: 1. Create a shortcut to the µTorrent executable. 2. Click the shortcut with the right mouse button and choose 'properties'. 3. Change the 'Run' setting to 'Minimized'. 4. Drag or copy the shortcut into the Start Menu -> Startup folder.
  6. What we need: 1. Select n torrents 2. Right click menu -> Set download location 3. Specify a directory 4. uTorrent moves ALL the torrents (and their files) to their RESPECTIVE sub-dirs (NOT dumping all in a single dir!) As I've said before' date=' all we need is [b']EXACTLY what happens when the files are moved after a torrent has finished downloading. You already have the code... we just need it as an option after downloads have finished. I just tested this in 2.2.1, and it definitely works for me. The behavior when you select multiple torrents is that we ask once for each torrent. Ok, I can confirm that with build 24649 it is indeed fixed! Hooray!!! You have no idea how much time you have saved me every day! I had installed Vuze, but will go back to µTorrent again.
  7. My settings 1. Put new downloads in : "E:\Downloads\Torrents\1. Downloading" 2. Move completed downloads to : "E:\Downloads\Torrents\2. Awaiting Verification" Situation 1. I click on a torrent (e.g., "Avatar x264 1080p") 2. µTorrent opens and suggests "E:\Downloads\Torrents\1. Downloading\Avatar x264 1080p". I change it to "E:\Downloads\Torrents\1. Downloading\Movies - Avatar". (note that it creates the "Movies - Avatar" dir!) 3. I accept 4. µTorrent downloads files (Avatar.001, Avatar.002, ... Avatar.nnn) 5. When the download finishes, µTorrent moves the files to "E:\Downloads\Torrents\2. Awaiting Verification\Movies - Avatar" (note that it creates the "Movies - Avatar" dir!) 6. When I get around to it, I extract and copy the Avatar movie to my movies directory. 7. I then choose 'Set download location' 8. I point the directory to "E:\Downloads\Torrents\3. Seeding" 9. µTorrent moves all the files to "E:\Downloads\Torrents\3. Seeding" (note that it did NOT create the "Movies - Avatar" dir!) Problems 1. It does not create the sub-dirs, and thus throws all the files into 1 directory, making it a mess and likely to have equally named but non-identical files from multiple torrents overwriting each other. 2. When I select multiple torrents I have to supply the directories over and over and over again. This makes moving dozens of torrents an enormous chore. Solutions 1. Have an option to re-create the sub-dir(s) EXACTLY LIKE when the download finishes (there it is correct, so you already have the source code!). 2. Apply the location to all selected torrents... if you want to change them one at a time, you can simply select them one at a time and apply the function (this is a standard in user interfaces since Windows 95). PS This has been tested with v2.2.1.24266
  8. Is this still an issue in the latest 2.2.1? Yes, and since I download about 5 torrents per day, it's taking me literally minutes every single time. It's the reason I've decided to consider other torrent apps. What we need: 1. Select n torrents 2. Right click menu -> Set download location 3. Specify a directory 4. uTorrent moves ALL the torrents (and their files) to their RESPECTIVE sub-dirs (NOT dumping all in a single dir!) As I've said before, all we need is EXACTLY what happens when the files are moved after a torrent has finished downloading. You already have the code... we just need it as an option after downloads have finished.
  9. Please have a look at this ability-to-move-data-files-to-new-locations idea: http://utorrentideas.uservoice.com/forums/47263-torrent-for-windows/suggestions/702124-ability-to-move-data-files-to-new-locations?ref=title Firon accidentally closed the following topic, but it still doesn't work. It's really taking a God awful time to move multiple torrents every day. Please, please, please fix or at least have it as an option in the settings.
  10. You saying it has been fixed is good enough for me. There's no need to back-port it and 'waste' time. That would really be great. Because it really is bothersome to go to Windows Explorer and find the uTorrent directory and start it again to get the window to pop up.Thanks.
  11. Yes, I've also asked about a fix for that icon. When I develop applications which have tray icons, I make sure I recreate them 1 minute after my app has started. This, because sometimes other apps block the adding of tray icons during startup. It is so simple to fix (a couple of lines of code), but the uTorrent developers don't seem to understand just how much frustration this simple bug causes us.
  12. and I'm sorry for overreacting. I was just frustrated by uTorrent.
  13. Rather slowly? I guess I didn't explain it enough: Approximately 2 files per second were deleted. 25000 x 2 seconds = 50000 seconds = 27 hours 46 minutes 40 seconds!!! In Explorer this takes about 5 seconds. Sorry, but this is a HUGE bug. :mad: :mad: :mad:
  14. I found a very serious bug: I tried to remove some torrents using the 'Remove And... Delete Data'. After that my machine became unresponsive. After finally getting ProcessExplorer to start I see it's uTorrent. I checked ProcessMonitor to see what was happening and I saw that uTorrent was deleting all the files (well over 25000) 1 by 1 :o . In the end I had to do a hard 'Kill process' to get control back. Please fix this!
  15. I have the same thing on Win 7 Home Premium 64-bit.