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Tracker Templates and Lists
A Tracker Template is a named list of trackers created within BiglyBT. Once defined you can manually merge, replace or remove a tracker template's contents from a download. You can also automate this process by using Tags. To access the Tracker Template editor right-click on an existing tracker in the Sources tab of a download and select 'Edit Tracker URL(s)' or right-click on a download and select 'Tracker/Torrent->Edit Tracker URLs' from the menu.
A Tracker List is a source of (generally) public trackers that are either manually maintained in a file or fetched from a web site (and maintained by a third party). These are supported within Tracker Templates - you can use the 'Add List' button in the template editor to insert one, use the right-click menu or manually insert by prefixing the actual list URI with '
will be replaced by the list of trackers downloaded from
http://a.b.c/list when the template is used.
To refer to a local file use a 'file:' URI instead. For example
on Windows will result in the list of trackers in the file
C:\temp\tl.txt being inserted.
This page contains references to lists that can be used in BiglyBT such as https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ngosang/trackerslist/master/trackers_best.txt
Example Tag to automatically add trackers from this list to all public torrents (1401_B23+) - right-click and save as a '.biglybt' file and then add to BiglyBT: ngosang_best.biglybt
I2P comes with a built-in open tracker list in i2psnark.config (as of 11/01/2019)
Here's a Tag that adds the trackers to a tracker template and then applies it to all downloads that have I2P enabled: I2POpenTrackers.biglybt