infirmus

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  1. infirmus

    WebUI v0.315

    ICleolion: I just want to set the upload/download limits in uTorrent without loading the full WebUI up and manually clicking into the settings. If anyone knows javascript fairly well it is probally an easy thing to do.
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    WebUI v0.315

    Does anyone know how to make a bookmarklet for Firefox that limits the upload/download rates using the webui backend in uTorrent? I wrote the code below, and it sorta works but you have to login normally first (ie, the username/password part of the URL doesnt work). I tried using XMLHttpRequest, but it doesnt work cause the security settings dont allow you to fetch pages from different domains (ie it doesnt allow cross site scripting). javascript:(function() var w1 = window.open('http://username:password@hostname:port/gui/?action=setsetting&s=max_ul_rate&v=1'); w1.close(); w1 = window.open('http://username:password@hostname:port/gui/?action=setsetting&s=max_dl_rate&v=1'); w1.close(); })()
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    WebUI v0.315

    There's a build 478? Where?
  4. How soon is really soon now?
  5. Notice how they use 1.4 which was before ludde added a dialog that said it was freeware and if you paid for it you had been scammed.
  6. That sort of argument doesnt work. Saying "I'm so good, I know more than you and I've never had to change to queue length" doesnt do anyone any good.
  7. Great work... I had lost track of how much progress has been made since 1.5 Hopefully the webui will be finished soon and 1.6 final will come out.
  8. Yup I was one of those lazy ones. In addition to the new buttons, clicking one tickbox in a highlighted list of files ticks/unticks all the files that are highlighted (its not in the changelog). This is the functionality a few of us were requesting to avoid right clicking... Now all it needs is Ctrl-A highlighting all the files.
  9. Hi, I wouldnt mind giving it a shot. I could test it over a few different ADSL connections and from uni. Can test on IE/FF windows and Safari OSX. I would use this feature quite a lot, so I will give it a thorough going over.
  10. Apparantly only about 85% of ppl have normal vision (i.e. not some form of colour blindness, there are lots of types)
  11. I am the only one who thinks the "seeding" and "finished" symbols are too similar? Its too hard to see which is which with a quick glance.