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µTorrent 2.2 released

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One should know before downloading that material which is going to be download is not protected by Copy Right or other laws...

GTFO.

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When uTorrent is hidden (boss key) and you open a .torrent file, it doesn't load the file in uTorrent. It does nothing, actually. In all the previous versions, the .torrent was loaded. As I use boss key everytime, I am not confortable to always unhide uTorrent when I add .torrent files.

Is that a bug or it was intended from 2.2 onwards? :(

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With StickyKeys enabled you should, for example, be able to press the Control key, release it, then press the P key to bring up Preferences. This doesn't work in µTorrent, nor do any of the other keyboard shortcuts work when invoked in this way, unlike every other program I have ever used.

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Updated the latest build and looking into the log window i see this:

[2010-12-15 23:40:38] Sent WM_SETTINGCHANGE return = 1

I wonder what's this change about ? Thanks !

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What about announcing µTorrent 2.2.23774? how is it that you continue to release new official stable builds and still don't officially announce them in this thread? don't you understand that until you do many sites want except it to there clients list?:mad:

Thanks in advance.

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What about announcing µTorrent 2.2.23774? how is it that you continue to release new official stable builds and still don't officially announce them in this thread? don't you understand that until you do many sites want except it to there clients list?:mad:

Thanks in advance.

Silent update. :lol:

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You need to lower the connection count if your router is having problems.

Updated the latest build and looking into the log window i see this:

[2010-12-15 23:40:38] Sent WM_SETTINGCHANGE return = 1

I wonder what's this change about ? Thanks !

Is that at startup?

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Yes, yesterday i was updated the desktop , now i see the same message when updated the laptop.

It's a start-up message, because after the 1st run it's gone.

So, what's all about ?

Thanks !

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don't you understand that until you do many sites want except it to there clients list?

Then take it up with the sites, not us.

Why should i take it up with the sites? they are right not to allow unannounced versions after all if utorrent don't trust enaf in there new builds so that they announce them why would any one eles does???

and ex58 there is no such thing as silent update because once a version is being updated i can almost

immediatly see it in all sort of softwares sites publishing it.

So there shouldn't be something like silent update at all but either you publice and announce the software

or you don't publice it at all.

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I had the changelog up for the build, it was just off by a few #.

Stop making such a big deal about it. Besides, a build-specific whitelist is dumb.

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I guess you aimed at aviramof... But if I may suggest to both you and DWK, stop advising other admins on what to do, and how to do it. Just do your job and keep the records (=changelogs) strait. You know very well that it's not the first time un-c.logged builds are out in the wild for days and weeks... because "installer changes do not count" ... :P

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is there a way to go back to the 2.04 version this 2.2 is awful it runs slower my downloads/uploads are much slower the interface is ugly as sin and even the new round icon is much much uglier then the original

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But if I may suggest to both you and DWK, stop advising other admins on what to do, and how to do it. Just do your job and keep the records (=changelogs) strait.

I agree with Firon, and to me it's an issue of principle. Whitelisting by build number basically means that the admins feel that their tracker is an exclusive club that client developers must jump through hoops so that their clients can "get in".

BitTorrent has a defined protocol and an RFC. Any well-designed client with a half-competent development team should work essentially the same way, anyway.

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