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archived downloads doesn't show on my organize menu
There is supposed to be an "archive downloads" option on the "Organize" menu. I have no such catagory on my menu. I have something like 1200 downloads that I would like to organize and control. Some of my downloads are repeats and I need a way to mark them as downloaded and get them off of my download view. Its either that or remove them from my library, something I would rather not do since I plan on seeding as much as possible.

I currently have 257 unfinished downlodes that I am managing some that I am waiting for finished copies to seed. This is much improved since I started with 1200 downloads as I was reloading my video library from YIFY and filling in the blanks from lost videos. I also collect anime and I am in the process of reloading lost or missing titles. I lost a couple of hard drives this year and I had my video collection scattered over about 10 hard drives. I just upgraded to some really large enterprise drives and am trying to sort my collection out for a planed media server.

So the questions are, "how do I mark an active download as finished" and "how do I turn on the archive downloads selection in organize, on the menu"?

Any help is appreciated.

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Same here.

I think I noticed it in the last update, but as I rarely usually use that command, I never complained...
Since Spiggot sacked their main developer, these forums seem to rely on the goodwill of ONLY other users.  I suggest you UPGRADE to BiglyBT and enjoy what is essentially the same client with more features and in constant development by one of the original Azureus developers.  Plus, there are dedicated support chat channels built into the client and during the install process, you can easily migrate all of your Vuze/Azureus settings/statistics and torrents to the BiglyBT client.

I run over 3,000 torrents, so don't worry, the client will handle your torrents with ease and I had no problems with the migration of settings and torrents. It was all seamless. BBT looks the same as Vuze and it is legal because they (BiglyBT, Vuze, Bit-Tyrant, OneSwarm) are all based on Azureus under a GPL License.

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