Not going to make you that happy, but if you enable the 'new' context menu, double-right-clicking will still give you the old one...
Can you explain why? If it is in the archive then you already downloaded it - if you lost the content then restore it from the Archive and force-recheck it to get it to download again
If you use Tags then you can assign a data location to a tag and then assign the tag to the download when adding it.
Categories have been superseded by Tags - these are listed alphabetically in the sidebar
There are tabs at the bottom of Library views that show the details as you request. Did you accidentally disable them? Go to Tools>Options->Interface->Tables and find the
'Show sub-tabs in >Library views (Restart Required)
Mouse over tray icon shows info...
You can configure Vuze to use SOCKS via Tools->Options->Connection->Proxy - this should make most things go via SOCKS - have you tried that?
If you just want a particular RSS feed to be fetched via SOCKS that would be a different thing though...
On windows by default the downloaded data should be moved to the recycle bin
Maybe you could use 'archive' instead of delete to avoid this issue?
See http://forum.vuze.com/Announcement-PLUS-HELP-READ-ME-FIRST to contact Vuze Plus Support
Cancelling auto-renew is simple - log into your PayPal account and cancel the subscription there
Do you mean setting the thumbnail that Vuze displays for the download in your library?
regarding the 'change FIRST to LAST' comment - how about if the torrent-options dialog remembered your last choice for that field?
Regarding the original idea's explanation - not sure I understand your example. What if the auto-download subscription has some small files followed by big ones - you'd end up with the big ones at the front. Sounds like 'sort downloads by file size' would be more appropriate?
Somewhat difficult to do this in practice - the only way you can tell if a peer is uploading data is if it actually uploads to you. So to detect this you would have to be running an incomplete download, or at least pretend to be incomplete. You also can't guarantee that a peer will upload to you when connected as it will have a limited number of upload slots that may be allocated to other peers in the swarm. So in anything other than a very small swarm (incomplete peers <= estimated number of upload slots the peer has) you'd need to guess the chance of them uploading to you (based on incomplete peer count and estimated optimistic unchoke period for the peer).
Someone could go and write a plugin to experiment I guess
You can donate via the 'Make a Donation' option in the Help menu. It won't stop you from being nagged to buy the full version though :(
If you could grab a screen shot of any of these misbehaving ads that would be great, and any context that might indicate their source would help too. The ad provider has filtering in place that is supposed to block such ads, but without evidence of a bad ad it is hard to follow up on them.
You can set calendar based or sliding limits that will stop xfer when reached (no alert at the moment though). With a multiplier you can select other intervals too
Tools->Speed Limits->View Current...
opens a window with today/this week/this month stats at the bottom
What kind of periods are you thinking of? Vuze currently tracks 'total' and 'session' (i.e. since Vuze has been started) data totals.
It would be fairly straight forward to add a view with
Double click in torrent views: Launch
and a Launch helper for .mp4 -> VLC
Double clicking a .mp4 file in the FilesView causes VLC to launch.
Can you give me steps to reproduce your problem please?
Turn off ads - Tools->Options->Plugins - disable 'Promo View'
The main issue with extended the ability to set options for multiple torrents is that they may have different defaults. For example, default network selection is based on tracker networks (for example) which can differ across torrents.
Obviously not impossible to handle but not straight forward either
Not that hard to do manually - in the open torrent options window click on the 'size' column to order by size and get the largest at the top. Then hit CTRL+A (or the 'select all button) to select all files and hit then 'unmark' button to deselect them. Then click the checkbox for the file at the top (the largest one)
That's the advantage of using the URL that Vuze provides to playback (either by browsing the download as a 'website' or by right-clicking on a download/file and selecting Media Server->Copy Stream URI To Clipboard. As long as your player can use streams of course.
Perhaps you could use
to play back the content - the video player (e.g. VLC) will drive the extraction of the 'media info' sections of the content on demand, removing the need to try and identify which parts of a random piece of content may contain TOC etc