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About Ammar

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  1. I have asked politely for help in some questions I had. If you don't want to answer, you can just not post anything. I don't appreciate the way you are talking to me. The fact that you don't want me to stop seeding is irrelevant. I will do as I wish. Have you ever considered the possibilities that I may have my reasons for not seeding? Besides, what is a "leech" anyway? The ratio in the preferences is there for a reason, and I asked about that reason. Instead of answering my question and telling me what the ratio means, you decided to be rude to a person who's done nothing but ask politely because of a judgement you made based on some reasoning you imagined. I will be the better person here. Thank you for answering the second question, I've found what I was looking for. I still have no idea what the ratio is, but I know it has something to do with stopping the uploading process after a certain point because I tried playing with it, and it did change when the seeding stopped. However, I still have no idea what the value of 1 for that ratio actually means. I would appreciate your answering my question if you can. I do have my reasons, and you should respect that instead of accusing me of being an "ungrateful leech" whatever "leech" means. Thanks...
  2. 1. Since I cannot set it to automatically stop seeding after the download is complete, is there a way to set it to automatically stop after a certain time? Someone told me that can be done by manipulating the upload/download ratio. What is that? And what does it mean to have it set on 1? Does that stop seeding after 1% is uploaded, or 100% since it's a ratio? 2. What do you mean by I'm looking at the wrong category? Also, since you said the ".torrent" files are not deleted after the download is complete even though the file vanishes from the uTorrent, is there a way to delete this ".torrent" file? Or would I go to where it is saved on the device and delete it from there? If so, where is it saved on the Mac? Because when I start a download from some website, it automatically starts on uTorrent, it doesn't save it on my Mac first, so I have no idea where this ".torrent" file is stored. Again, thanks for your help and patience.
  3. One last thing, if I limit the uploading speed to some low speed, would that affect my downloading speed?
  4. I'm new to this, so I'd appreciate the help and patience since even the simplest things are completely unknown to me. I'm using uTorrent 1.8.4 on Mac, and I have some questions about it. 1. How do I set it to stop seeding/uploading automatically after the download is complete? 2. While downloading the file, it is also uploading. Can that be stopped? If so, how? And will it affect the download in anyway whatsoever? 3. After the download is complete, the torrent file vanishes. Does this mean that the .torrent file is deleted? If not, how do I set it to stop the file from downloading or uploading, but keep it there so I can right-click it and hit the delete .torrent file? Thanks...