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µTorrent Mac 1.5.14 stable

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I have a mac and I had been using an older version of u torrent and it was working very well , but when I updated to the new version everything went to hell, I have to restart to get files to download and then they are very slow. If anyone can help me please feel free

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Hi, uTorrent is great app.

I recently started to hit the limit for disk cache. I'll be glad if you add an option in the next release so users can change it from default value of 32 MB.

Greetings,

Miroslav Otsedarski

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How can you call this client stable? Its anything but stable. Honestly guys.. you can do better.

They've been quiet (the devs) I'm sure there working on fixing this nasty bug.

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For me the main problem is that this release take too much cpu times. On idle it already takes like +25%... Currently, I switch to Transmission, while waiting for next stable release...

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When I try to download a single file I get this error in ADD dialog:

Selected download location '/Volumes/MyDisk/Torrents/file.rar is not a folder. Please select a different location.

I'm running 10.6.8 iMac 2.00

Edit:

I downgraded to 1.5.11 and I confirm the problem raised with 1.5.12.

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Can anyone confirm the following bug?

When opening a .torrent file when utorrent is not already open, upon launch when the torrent is added, the "display window with torrent details" dialog setting is ignored and it does not open.

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When I try to download a single file I get this error in ADD dialog:

Selected download location '/Volumes/MyDisk/Torrents/file.rar is not a folder. Please select a different location.

I'm running 10.6.8 iMac 2.00

Edit:

I downgraded to 1.5.11 and I confirm the problem raised with 1.5.12.

I can confirm this problem. I just switched from Transmission to µTorrent ...

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Airman, energybird: can you post steps to reproduce?

Thanks!

It happens when I open a .torrent which does NOT contain a directory, but only a file.

- double click the .torrent

- uTorrent pop-up appears, I select some download directory

- click open -> error message

Here's a screenshot:

torrento.png

It's impossible to add the torrent, because no matter what directory I select, the error will forbid to start the torrent. So far I only tried this with torrents whose files were already on the disk.

EDIT: I'm on 10.7.2

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It's impossible to add the torrent, because no matter what directory I select, the error will forbid to start the torrent. So far I only tried this with torrents whose files were already on the disk.

This problem shall be fixed in the next release.

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It's impossible to add the torrent' date=' because no matter what directory I select, the error will forbid to start the torrent. So far I only tried this with torrents whose files were already on the disk.

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This problem shall be fixed in the next release.

I can confirm that 1.5.13 fixed the problem. Thanks to the team for the christmas gift.. :D:D

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It's impossible to add the torrent' date=' because no matter what directory I select, the error will forbid to start the torrent. So far I only tried this with torrents whose files were already on the disk.

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This problem shall be fixed in the next release.

I can confirm that 1.5.13 fixed the problem. Thanks to the team for the christmas gift.. :D:D

Yup! That was fast! Thanks everyone involved :)

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i am a mac lion 10.7.2 user,and i download the newest utorrent,than i want to install the web ui but there is no uTorrent folder in my /Library/Application Support,what should i do? Thanks

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i am a mac lion 10.7.2 user,and i download the newest utorrent,than i want to install the web ui but there is no uTorrent folder in my /Library/Application Support,what should i do? Thanks

On Lion, user's Library folder is hidden.

So you have to, either make it visible or go directly to a Library folder.

To make it visible, Open Terminal and type "chflags nohidden ~/Library" (without quotes)

To go directly to a Library folder, go to Finder, select "Go", then "Go to Folder..." or simply "cmd+shift+g"

and type "~/Library" (without quotes)

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Please send us the checksum of the files: in Terminal go to the directory where the .dmg file is situated, then type md5 <filename> (without <> signs). You should get sth like 7a3ee18717e5bcdc2dcb9cd8a60affda, that's the information we need.

Thank you!

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