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  1. 111 votes
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    5 comments  ·  General » Social  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Uh. Ok, in that case, we should give freebies to all the ppl that clean and unblock our ****-houses and look after the infirmed and old in our societies.

    next we should give all our unemployed a free upgrade!

  2. 5 votes
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I also copy my completed files to other drives when they have completed downloading. My problem is that I have several drives and probably would not want them going 24/7 ( longevity issues) as does my 2TB torrent drive (server-class). However, it IS a good idea for those whom have their system going 24/7.

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  3. 9 votes
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    9 comments  ·  General » Torrenting  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    UH !! Vuze already has this feature, It is generally known as the "close button". You will find it in the upper right-hand corner of your monitor and is colored red in WIndows!.

    before you start citing other programs that have game-mode, you need to understand just how bit-torrent works at the hardware level as opposed to these "other" apps. All bit-type file-sharing apps are hardware intensive in use, that is the nature of the system of "bit-sharing" and as the tech-guru states, just turn it off!

  4. 8 votes
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I am assuming that by SMS you mean via a message service built into vuze, as I would not give out my cell-phone number! I've had similar thoughts myself, but that would still open the feature up to abuse. Would you wish to be "scolded" by ppl who thought you were too selfish to share. perhaps this feature could be included thru some small list of pre-defined messages that pop-up in a dialogue box which must be manually closed. which would ensure that someone with a complete file which is in "stopped" mode is aware that someone needs a seed!

  5. 4 votes
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Explain more as I don't understand what the benefit would be for most ppl. How would you set this up?

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    In Vuze configuration (Options / queue / seeding / first priority) you can can configure the default ratio at which point Vuze will not automatically allocate "first priority status", however, in the interests of maintaining the ideals on which this "file-sharing" principle is built, we should always strive for a 1:1 ratio. Most Internet Service Providers around the world only supply a fraction of the upload bandwidth for domestic purposes in an ADSL situation. For eample, if your maximum download bandwidth is 20Mb then it is likely that your upload bandwidth is only something in the range of 256kb to 1Mb(that would be max) for most unless you have optic fibre> OR are you still on dial-up. . Either you have a poor ISP or internet plan OR you are just downloading lots and lots and in that case, you will never get to a 1:1 ratio. Try to get your torrents from sites that do not impose ratio rules!

  8. 4 votes
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    1 comment  ·  General » Torrenting  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I understand what you mean and I'm assuming you have default folders set for your torrents, downloads and completed files. If you don't set default folders, Vuze will ask you where you want to save your downloaded data every time you open a torrent in vuze. If you did that, you could choose any folder, any depth on any HDD that is connected to your pc. Your idea would work if each torrent you opened was allocated a genre at that moment and you had specific "genre" folders set up in your default download folder. A feature of this nature would of course require Vuze to be tweaked by the development team. IF they put this feature in vuze, it seems to me to create about as much work at the time of opening a torrent and allocating a genre as it does just to allocate a particular "save" folder when you don't configure a default save location.
    I just have a "dedicated" server-class HDD as my torrent drive and then copy my completed downloads to relevant folders on storage drives that are not ON all the time. This way, I always have back-up of my files and the load is spread over my drives. The torrent drive is server-class with a 5yr warranty @ 24/7 use and the only data I will lose if it fails is the incomplete files. consider that as an option!

  9. 6 votes
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