Two new optional columns have been added to the Files View (you get here by right-clicking on a download, selecting ‘Show Details’ and then selecting the Files tab)
File Index: Files are ordered within a torrent file and this displays their position. This can be used to give a definitive file ordering - using the existing ‘First Piece Number’ column breaks when there are multiple files in a given piece.
Torrent Path: Each file in a torrent has a named fixed within the torrent file. It is however possible to locally rename a file and also move it into a different directory (see the highlighted row above). The existing ‘Name’ and ‘Path’ columns show the renamed file - this column gives visibility to the underlying name in the torrent.
Accelerators have been added for ‘pause’ and ‘resume’ on Windows, and ‘resume’ on OSX:
OSX already had Cmd+. defined for ‘pause’ so Cmd+Shift+. has been used for ‘resume’.
As a side note, ‘pause’ is a cumulative command. It will pause all running downloads. If downloads are subsequently added these will run as usual - they can be added to the paused set by selecting ‘pause’ again. ‘resume’ resumes all paused downloads.
The UI for creating a torrent has been improved to support directory structures and more drag and drop goodness.