dramadeur

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  1. Version 7.4.2 (36418) Also, here are two screenshots for comparison: Before cache is full & after it's full Notice the download speed on the second screenshot. Also, the file isn't large (2.8 GB). Some torrent contents download as usual, but this one stumbles... Dunno why. Also, I think whenever I download anything to SSD, it downloads without any problem as well
  2. At the beginning bittorrent client downloads a large file without a problem, but as soon as the cache gets filed up, the download speed gets capped to 9.7-10kbps. Why isn't it fixed yet? Why isn't cache getting auto-released/flushed/send to the disc? Also, file is being downloaded into an external flash drive, because as far as I know, frequent write/read lessens SSD's lifespan. In other words, torrenting in SSD = bad, use external disc for torrenting, okay? A little bit offtopic, but how do I access advanced preferences? The latest version has small settings.
  3. Ok, it seemed to for a while. But now it's back again
  4. I have Bittorrent 7.4.2, and Mac OS X. So dl speed gets throttled to 10kb/sec by bittorrent client itself. Only restarting the app (manually closing and reopening it restores the speed). Settings are fine & other options, so don't make stupid assumptions pls. Also, before you ignorantly say it's because of my ISP, I can say right off that you're going to be wrong. It's not. I tested other torrent-clients, such as utorrent and qbittorrent - and everything works fine there. The only reason I want this to work in bittorrent is because bittorrent unlike the aforementioned torrent-clients supports the "peer to peer ONLY via proxy", which is crucial to me. Utorrent has pretty much the same interface, but it ignores the proxy settings despite the checked option "use proxy for peer to peer connections", and keeps using my direct IP. So what's wrong? Bittorrent used to work fine just a few days ago. Also, once the speed is throttled, even if I turn off proxy at settings and try to download through my direct IP, dl speed is still throttled. I mean, bittorrent applies settings without the need to be restarted, right?