Stripes

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  1. Thanks for the info. That's the way solve this. However this feature is not to my taste. I rather store the .torrent files in their default location.
  2. I have a bunch of finished torrents which I don't keep in their download destination, instead I move them onto discs. My problem occured when I wanted to move their .torrent files into a different location. When I did so I got this error message in their status box: "Error: Can't open .torrent file: <path>". I used "Completed" folder as a denstination for the .torrent files. And so when I moved them back into place and restarted bittorrent I still have the same status only to have the Completed status reset for some reason. As I mentioned I keep the actual data on discs, so I use bittorrent list of torrents to find the files I need by the dates the torrents have finished. Is that some type of bug? And, how should I relocate .torrent files safely? Thank you.