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#450 Fixed padding files andar Gollath
Description

Bitcomet creates (if user wishes to do so) padding files.

Their name is like this:

  _____padding_file_599_if you see this file, please update to BitComet 0.85 or above____
  _____padding_file_12_if you see this file, please update to BitComet 0.85 or above____

etc.

Their purpose is to adjust file start to a new chunk. Their content is 0x00 straight away (afaik) of their size. This is insane as those files can make the torrent size grow about 5-10%. They are a waste of Bandwith.

Therefore:

  • Automatically fill them with 0x00 and mark them as 100%, so you do not get to much overhead (which is about 5-10% ! ).
  • Also make them invisible in files list (or maybe a checkbox)
  • Mark them as "do not upload" or "low priority upload".

I marked this as major as I think it should be quite easy to implement. Also, this makes a major difference in both bandwith usage AND usability.

Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BitComet#Padding_Files

Regards

#451 Fixed Add vertical scroll bar to sidebar in GTK UI andar anonymous
Description

Problem:

Using a 1024x768 screen resolution & having around 45+ active torrents and 6+ trackers with the sidebar visible the size of the details tab at the bottom gets squished down too much.

The required vertical height of the sidebar is so big there isn't enough space left at the bottom.

I'd like to turn on labels - but that makes the bottom panel too small to use.

Suggested Solution(s):

  • Add a vertical scrollbar to the sidebar and not display the entire sidebar
  • Enable expanding / collapsing status, tracker (and with label plug-in label) sections to reduce required vertical real estate for sidebar.
#453 Fixed Exclusively textless buttons are a mistake andar cwd.simpson@…
Description

The buttons in the toolbar of Deluge in the 1.0.0 Release Candidates are without any text. Applications like Firefox do the same thing, and to save space and UI clutter, perhaps it makes sense, but, unlike Firefox, Deluge offers absolutely no option to turn text on.

You might think the icons are intuitive, but for a start you have no idea what icon theme a person is going to be using, and depending on how wise that icon theme is, the buttons may be a nonsense on their own. Furthermore, even with a very sensible theme, such as Tango, the plus and minus buttons might be adding or removing anything, the up and down arrows might be increase or decreasing some kind of values- perhaps they're about download speeds, perhaps they're just moving things up and down the queue (which is in fact their function); who knows? Not only that; some people simply can't make sense of icons, or in fact can't see at all too well in the first place.

Now, I'm going to go out on a limb here, and suggest that the interface settings for whether or not icons show text should be obeyed, and the best, and easiest, thing for Deluge to do would be to simply relinquish control of that altogether.

If that's not acceptable, I think it should at least be possible to turn text on.

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