DanielSB Posted August 23, 2011 Report Share Posted August 23, 2011 Hi So, this behavior is puzzling me. I just bought an MBA and I'm new to Mac OS X, I usually use Linux, occasionally Windows.Anyway, I was downloading a torrent that had no seeders, and thus the file wasn't complete. I found the file in question elsewhere and downloaded it using Chrome to another location. Then I wanted to help the other leechers by stopping the torrent, overwriting the torrent target file with my completed download, rechecking and then seeding.Went well, except when I right-click the file in uTorrent and select "Show in Finder" the original file, i.e. the one I downloaded from the web, is shown. I tried removing the torrent and its .torrent file, closing uTorrent, moving the web downloaded file to my desktop, renaming the folder it resides in, but for some very strange reason it keeps on opening my web downloaded file, not the file in the torrent target dir.I'm completely stomped. ls -l in terminal shows no signs of soft or hardlinking (the file also took a couple of seconds to copy when I did so), so I'm wondering what the heck's at play here. I don't see how uTorrent can now where I moved a file while it was shut down, so I'm thinking something along the lines of the horrible "smart" folders in Windows 7, but again, I'm a noob here in Mac OS X land.Anybody got a clue?Cheerio,Daniel Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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