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Wrong (?) torrent name after using "change top level folder name"
#1
Hello.

I am experiencing a behaviour which I don't know if it's an issue or not.

When adding multi-file torrent, there are context menu options "Change top level folder name" and "Rename torrent on top level folder change". I assumed that they together allow to change both folder name and torrent name, however that doesn't seem to be the case.

It's easier to explain with an example, assume I'm downloading multi-file torrent called "cool_isos", and for whatever reason I want to save it to (on Windows machine) D:\ISO\some_iso_stuff. I want all files to be in "some_iso_stuff" folder, without any subfolders except those defined in the torrent itself (meaning, no "cool_isos" subfolder). So I add it to Vuze, choose "D:\ISO" as download location, tick "rename torrent on top level folder change" and use "Change top level folder name" to change it to "some_iso_stuff".
Expected result would be having all files inside "some_iso_stuff" folder and torrent itself named "some_iso_stuff".
In fact, all files reside inside "some_iso_stuff" folder as expected, but the torrent gets named "ISO" (just as a folder name one level higher).

Is this the right behaviour or a bug? If it's right, is there a way to achieve what I described as expected result?

tech info:
Java 1.8.0_60
 Oracle Corporation
SWT v4508, win32
Windows 10 v10.0, amd64
V5.6.2.0/4 az2
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#2
Looks like a bug, I'll see if I can fix for the next beta
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