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#446 Fixed "Delete at ratio" and the ratio spinner are not grayed out when "stop at ratio" is unchecked in the options tab andar ari-_-e
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In the torrent options tab, the "delete at ratio" checkbox and the entry spinner for the "stop at ratio" checkbox should be grayed out when stop at ratio is unchecked, like they are in the preferences dialog. I tried to fix this in a general way like it's handled in the prefs dialog, but my Python and GTK+ experience is just slightly too nonexistent for it to be possible.

If possible, I think the best way to fix this and at the same time ensure consistency into the future would be to unify the code used by the prefs dialog, the options tab, and the add torrent dialog. They all have slightly different requirements though, so I'm not sure this is possible.

#447 Fixed Unify features and code used in the file listings in the files tab and the add torrent tialog andar ari-_-e
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In my humble opinion, I think that in order to ensure consistency, the code used by the two file listings should be unified. In the process, the features included in each one should be combined in order to form a single super-file-listing widget thing. In particular, the files tab can do sorting, and it can be used to set priorities other than just yes and no. The add torrent dialog can be used to set the priorities of all files in a directory, and can show the general status of its contents. I think these features should be merged.

#448 Fixed Deluge 1.0 is slow and causes networking problems for other programs andar tom@…
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I've tried the 1.0 RC5 and RC7 releases on Ubuntu Hardy and both result in the same problem:

1) upload and download speeds of deluge are extremely slow. Download stays below 100 kb/s while it was well above 1000 kb/s with the 0.5.x series. Downloading multiple torrents at the same time also seems to reduce the average download speed compared to only having one active torrent (all though I can't prove that).

2) when deluge is active it also seems to cause networking issues for the rest of the applications. Pidgin (all protocols) and Skype regularly disconnect, evolution times out connecting to mail servers and browsing using Firefox is almost impossible. Firefox takes forever to connect to a site, times out, or when it does load a page it takes a long time and then suddenly the entire page appears (in stead of rendering whatever is already received).

I've added a screenshot of the Gnome System Monitor. Even though the interface is in Dutch, you'll probably find the bottom graph (showing networking activity) interesting. This was taken just after logging in, with no real other networking activity going on other than Deluge downloading and seeding. Average downloading was probably about 75 kb/s at that time. Please let me know if you need any additional information.

Thank you for the (other than this issue) great software by the way!

Tom

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