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Health info not updating.
#1
It used to be if I manually moved a downloaded file from the save folder, I would be able to right-click the torrent in the list interface and the health column would turn dark red. Therefore, I knew this was a safe torrent to delete. NOW I have to run a force re-check, which then shows 0% downloaded, which means I already moved or deleted it. This takes WAY MORE time than simply being able to right-click and see the dark red sad face.
 
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#2
right-click -> check files exist
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(02-12-2015, 10:11 AM)'parg' Wrote: right-click -> check files exist

 


In Classic interface GUI (Azureus), I don't have that option.  I can Force Re-Check.  V5.5.0.0/4 az2 .   Previous versions I had no issues with.
 
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(02-12-2015, 10:14 AM)'topoopon' Wrote:
(02-12-2015, 10:11 AM)'parg' Wrote: right-click -> check files exist


 


In Classic interface GUI (Azureus), I don't have that option.  I can Force Re-Check.  V5.5.0.0/4 az2 .   Previous versions I had no issues with.
 

 
advanced->files->check files exist

but this used to be as easy as a quick right click.  can I make this an auto setting?

 
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#5
Data missing:
You have maybe moved files outside Vuze, or transferred existing settings to a new computer, or something like that. In any case, Vuze does not find the torrent's data files where it expects.

It gives you angry dark red health icon and the Error message in "Error: Data Missing <directory name>". Vuze should offer you the option to "Change Data Directory" in the torrent's context menu. Use it to point the torrent to the correct place for the data files.
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