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Don't queue files that are smaller than xxmb?
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is there an option for this?
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#2
what do you mean by 'don't queue' - mark as 'do not download'? There's an option to do that based on file extension but not one on size
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#3
There is an option in the RSSFeed Scanner.

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(05-11-2016, 10:43 AM)'RogerTheDodger' Wrote: There is an option in the RSSFeed Scanner.

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how would you set this for all torrents? only option i see is for tv shows, other, none
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(05-11-2016, 10:43 AM)'RogerTheDodger' Wrote: There is an option in the RSSFeed Scanner.

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(05-27-2016, 02:38 PM)'vuzebro' Wrote:
(05-11-2016, 10:43 AM)'RogerTheDodger' Wrote: There is an option in the RSSFeed Scanner.

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how would you set this for all torrents? only option i see is for tv shows, other, none



 

I don't think you can set it for all torrents. The setting has to be done in the RSSfeed Scanner options for each torrent.

I don't understand your second point. The "max and min" size settings are above the "TVShow, Other, None" options you describe:

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