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[Bug] Web-UI Search and Speed Bar Keeps Being Disabled #10137

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zero77 opened this Issue Jan 8, 2019 · 2 comments

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zero77 commented Jan 8, 2019

qBittorrent version and Operating System

Ubuntu 18.04
qBittorrent-nox v4.2.0alpha

If on linux, libtorrent and Qt version

What is the problem

After enabling search under "View" it always seems to be disabled again after a while, after a re login, this may also be the same for the speed bar.

Also, when i look in the config i cant seam to see it there.

What is the expected behavior

Once enabled, the Web-UI search and speed bar should always be displayed, unless disabled.

Steps to reproduce

Enable Web-UI search and speed bar under the "View" tab.
After a while and a re login both have been disabled.

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@zero77 zero77 changed the title [Bug] Web-UI Search Keeps Being Disabled [Bug] Web-UI Search and Speed Bar Keeps Being Disabled Jan 8, 2019

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thalieht commented Jan 8, 2019

I can only reproduce if i clear cookies and site data for it.

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I noticed that the Transfers/Search tabs are in the toolbar so they are inaccessible if the latter is disabled.

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Piccirello commented Jan 10, 2019

Enabling of Search gets stored in localStorage, so it'll be reset- and disabled- if localStorage is cleared.

@thalieht that's a fair point, and admittedly not one I thought about when adding the tabs there. I'm not sure where else they can go though.

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