When i add an news-server i would like to be able to enable or disable the server.
Reason is i have some free servers that normally are not always working probably.
(Yes i can set the priority lower but still those servers get used sometimes without my permission.)
I have a payed subscription server that has 1000+ days file lifetime, but also my Internet provider has a Usenet server but with only 30 days.
My cable connection is 60mbt, but my payed Usenet subscription gives me 50mbit over 30 lines. Now i want to use my Internet providers Usenet server for the last 10mbit that i have left on my line.
But as it has files for only 30 days i get littered with errors when i download an older file.
So i would like to request a option to add the file lifetime of a Usenet server when adding a Usenet server.
To be sure that older files are not downloaded with this server.
Also when downloading the headers newsbin does if from all the servers in the list.? Problems occur that on one server the group did exist and the other not. Witch gave errors again. (Or can this be disabled?)
Also i would like that every item i download in my download folder is put into a sub-directory. (Generated on NZB/post name.)
Not sure if this is already implemented but i haven't found it yet.
An auto shutdown pc button would be nice on the tool bar, so that with one-click the pc shuts down when the downloads are complete. (Or even an planner?.)
Files that are downloaded before are now removed to the failure list, can you not auto pause those files in the download list (and give them a bright color) instead of removing them to the failed list.?
That would be more user friendly i think.
Hope you folks can do something with the info i provided.
Just disable it. In the server options, it's the "Enable Server" checkbox.
You can do this in 6.42. I haven't hooked it back up in the beta, the priority stuff moved a bunch of code around. It's called "typical retention".
Yeah, you can do this too. Hit the change button on the download path setting and add "$(NZBFILE)" to the path. It'll download to a path named for the NZB. You can also download to one path and unrar to another.
You can tell it to shut down when complete. It's in the advanced options. I can think about putting it on the toolbar. Seems dangerous.
I like moving them to the failed list to get them out of the way. You can just move them back if you want to force them to re-download. I get what you're saying. You want to manually delete them from the list but, I'm not keen on the idea. I'm not sure most of the other users want that. I am considering it for encrypted files though. Or at least making it optional for encrypted files.
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