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This was as predictable as a grandfather clock’s behavior: the cat wasn’t just out of the bag, but had already boarded a random train and traveled halfway across the world. There was no turning back until people smelled the fragrance of sharing. People, on the other hand, will not replicate Napster’s errors and have a single point of failure. Over the next few years, sharing would quickly decentralize, making it more resistant to the onslaught of an outdated distribution industry.
It’s no coincidence that The Pirate Bay exploded in popularity around 2003. That was the pinnacle of the post-Napster generation of sharing technologies at the time. With the introduction of the first wave of torrent sites, sharing began to re-centralize and concentrate on these sites. DirectConnect hubs were common for a few years until people switched to the faster and more decentralized BitTorrent technology.
In a police raid in Sweden this week, The Pirate Bay was taken offline. Even if all the other servers are operating in random, secret places, it was still a vital box for the overall setup, even if it was just the front-end load balancer that was caught.
I’ve never used the torrent feature on my Stora before, but I figured I’d give it a shot today. Unfortunately, I was unable to do so…the feature has been disabled! I’m sure I’ve seen it before, both on the interface start page alongside the other icons (Albums, Media Library, and Preferences) and on the preferences page. I just have the three icons on the start page now, and there’s nothing in the preferences for torrents. What happened to it?! I’m using the most recent update: 1.2.329:2.6:126.96.36.1996
Over the weekend, I went through multiple software upgrades to get up to version 2.6. The torrent icon appeared after a few of them, and the choices were available in Preferences. And it wasn’t there after that. Finally, the Torrent feature was available all day after upgrading to 2.6. It has now vanished after power cycling the system. I’m curious if it calls home after a reboot and decides whether or not to allow the feature? Why does the machine reveal features that it shouldn’t have been displaying after a software update?
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Are you referring to a magnet-link? Boxopus can’t always decode/read magnet links. Try downloading the torrent file on your own and then feeding it to Boxopus. If you are unable to do so in this situation, you can seek out another magnet. We are aware of the issue and are trying to resolve it. As a result, I used to put the magnet connection in like this: http://torrents.thepiratebay.sx3544023/Sketch Up 5 Pro – The 3D Design program for non-CAD people incl. It used to function well. This happened about a month ago. It now has no impact. So, how can we get the torrent in? Since I need to know how to cancel my pro subscription if I can’t download torrents from your web.
So, it appears that Boxopus has been aware of the magnet connection error when attaching a torrent for about two months, but they have yet to fix the problem.
It also appears to be very random; I download daily torrents from the same uploader every week, and sometimes the magnet links are accepted, while other times they are rejected.
It’s all well and good to say download the torrent file and then add it, but aren’t you aware that most torrents these days don’t allow you to download the tiny torrent file?
However, I believe you should take steps to address the extremely long wait times for torrent downloads.
Do you have the option to display the dialog when you add a torrent in your preferences?
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Have you looked under the labels to see if something is hidden?
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Yes, it’s set to show dialog, and no, there’s nothing hidden… There is a number 1 in a bracket under secret, or should I say NEXT TO hidden (1)
A little more details, but the problem remains unsolved. Really, things have become more complicated and perplexing. I’m not sure why the (1) next to Hidden under Labels didn’t appear to display anything yesterday, but today, after trying a few different torrent files, I found it had changed to a (2), so I clicked on Hidden again and there were two torrents mentioned. In the Status area, they both say ‘Error: Can’t open.torrent file: file name/path>,’ but maybe this information will help others understand what’s going on (I certainly don’t). I assume both of these torrents were non-magnet files, for what it’s worth. Thank you once more.
Ok, I’m having a similar issue right now.
All was perfect the day before yesterday (3.4.2 build 32891).
I’m having trouble adding a new torrent to the list today. The software opens when you double-click the file, but nothing happens after that. Also experimented with a “old” torrent file that had previously performed flawlessly. It does not help to restart torrent. The condition was not improved by uninstalling and reinstalling torrent. The dialog is set to appear when adding a torrent, but it does not open today. There is no “hidden” object under the labels. If you have any ideas? Please accept my sincere gratitude.