Poll: adding "Torrent Location" & "Save Path" Location to File properties
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V5.7.4.1 B01_Bugs & features
#1
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1) Archived Downloads:
a) After a Backup restore, 2 files of same name are appearing throught.
b) None of the duplicated torrents are getting restored.

2) The File Properties Window @ bottom portion: Good if the option of adding "Torrent Location" & "Save Path" Location is available. This is already available in Top Main Window.

3) Find Torrents:  Good if selectable columns are available for "Existing torrents in Vuze" and "Historically Downloaded Torrent"
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#2
1) I played around with archiving/backup/restore and the only way I could recreate something like this was to restore from a backup made when there were no archived downloads and on top of an installation of Vuze that had archived files - could this be what you did?

2) 'Torrent location' and 'Save Path' are per-download items, it doesn't really make sense to replicate that for every file that a download has?
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#3
1) Yes that is one case

The second case, if "Import new torrents automatically" is selected then even if the same torrent (hash same) is available in Archived Downloads, the torrent gets imported. Here if the torrent name is exactly same it won't import, however if the file names are different (Say _1, 11 at end also) the torrent gets imported to vuze.
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#4
1b)
The second case, if "Import new torrents automatically" is selected then even if the same torrent (hash same) is available in Archived Downloads, the torrent gets imported. Here if the torrent name is exactly same it won't import, however if the file names are different (Say _1, 11 at end also) the torrent gets imported to vuze.

This got resolved in the 5741 B10 release except for an exception.
Only 1 exception found on testing torrents run. The file can be sent to you.

2) One new bug found is:
For "Import new torrents automatically" case, "Delete original torrent files after download added" is not required to be selected any more for the automatic removal of original torrent.
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#5
Hmm - do you mean for .torrent files in the 'import folder'? I don't think anything changed here, when a .torrent file is imported one of two things happen:

1) if you have 'save .torrent files' enabled then the file is deleted
2) if you don't have 'save .torrent files' enabled then the file is renamed by adding a ".imported" to the end of it
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#6
1) ok
2) "if you don't have 'save .torrent files' enabled then the file is renamed by adding a ".imported" to the end of it ": This renaming is not happening & the renamed files are not found in the import folder.
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#7
So once the .torrent file has disappeared from the import folder, where is it? You can see this by enabling the 'Torrent Location' column in your Library view.
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#8
2) its going to default "torrent save directory". Extension is .torrent. However the .imported files are not seen in import folder.
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#9
If you have 'save torrent files' enabled then that is what happens, the torrent file is copied into the save folder and deleted from the import folder (as has always happened AFAIK)
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#10
ok. ie .fine.
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