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  1. I am looking for a way to move certain files to specific HD or folder, by their labels, in Bittorrent. Example: files with label Music to HD X:\Music Thanks!
  2. BitTorrent needs a batch move function urgently. If I have a directory full of files that are still in process, and if I want or need to move that directory and its content to another location on that drive or to another drive, I can select all the files but each file prompts for the destination individually. If there are fifty files that can result in a total pain in the ass. BitTorrent should know that when multiple files are selected, all those files are being moved to the same place and act accordingly. Or, if it cannot be made that smart, at least put a check box or radio button on the destination prompt to say move all subsequent files to this location. Having to go through an entire directory tree for each of dozens of files is frustration to the point of wanting to punch the developer in the mouth for making it so pointlessly difficult.
  3. Thank you in advance for the help My Question I'd like to move about 10 of the large size torrents I'm seeding from D:\BitTorrent\02_Complete to a USB Drive so that I can make more room on D:\ to download and seed 50 remaining torrents but I'm not sure how to do this or if it can be done? My Environment - I'm running BitTorrent 7.9.2 Build 37954 - My second Hard drive (D:) is a 1.5TB Drive, is 100% full and is dedicated to BitTorrent - I'm seeding 200 Torrents but neet seed 50 more but cant because I'm out fo space on my D: - Options > Preferences > Directories > Put New Download in = D:\BitTorrent\01_Incomplete - Options > Preferences > Directories > Move completed Downoads to = D:\BitTorrent\02_Complete
  4. I would like to request Move To Top and Move To Bottom Of Queue Bottom in addition to the pre-existing Move Up/Down Queue buttons. May I suggest double up and double down carets as icons to represent the actions? Thank you.
  5. Hello! I'm currently using bittorrent to download the complete Doctor Who as a single torrent, which is almost 60 GB. I don't have that much space left on my laptop, so i was wondering if it is possible to "move" the finished episodes to an external hard drive while leaving the rest of the episodes to continue downloading? I've been using bittorrent for years now, and i always seed for a while then move the files to an external hard drive to save space on my laptop, but i've never tried moving files while the rest of the torrent is still downloading. I can't keep the hard drive connected to the laptop the whole time i'm using bittorrent because i often use the hard drive elsewhere. Any help will be really appreciated. Thank you
  6. Hello, moving files after creating and uploading a share does not seem to work. I propose 1) For each file in a share create a fingerprint/hash (MD5, SHA1 ...) 2) Under suitable criteria scan the share 3) If a structural change has been made: 3.1) Move files to a tmp dir 3.2) Create the new directory structure 3.3) Use fingerprints to identify already uploaded files that has been moved, mv from tmp dir 3.4) Delete unidentified files 3.5) UL/DL new content PS: Love this program. Seems to be some issues with version compatibility and firewall stuff, other than that great work! :-)