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Qtbit 3.3.16 recreating deleted/moved folders... #7677

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XeonG opened this Issue Nov 5, 2017 · 2 comments

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XeonG commented Nov 5, 2017

is this still not fixed...

If I delete a folder, then start qbit.. the torrent will say missing files (thats fine I'm ok with that.. sure if I ever want to start/resume it .. THEN it can recreate the folder and download again) ...but right now the dumb thing will go recreating an empty freaking folder with zero option to prevent...

this is stupid.. if its missing files and the folder.. it doesn't mean I want empty effing folders recreated everywhere on every drive that I've deleted or moved does it.

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Symbai Nov 6, 2017

Could be a dupe of #7379
Assuming the folders you deleted are unchecked in the torrent (otherwise it wouldn't make sense you complain about). In both ways, it's a known issue but not fixed and no ETA since nobody is working on it as of now.

Symbai commented Nov 6, 2017

Could be a dupe of #7379
Assuming the folders you deleted are unchecked in the torrent (otherwise it wouldn't make sense you complain about). In both ways, it's a known issue but not fixed and no ETA since nobody is working on it as of now.

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XeonG Nov 20, 2017

Still broken in 4.0 ... how long does it take to do things the way utorrent did it YEARS ago

also 4.0 icons are crap... what next ads?

XeonG commented Nov 20, 2017

Still broken in 4.0 ... how long does it take to do things the way utorrent did it YEARS ago

also 4.0 icons are crap... what next ads?

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