An absolute ETA display format has been added as suggested in this idea.
Right-click on the ‘Progress’ or ‘ETA’ headings in a Library view to access this option:
When selected the ETA is shown as a time in the day (e.g. 12:23) as opposed to the amount of time remaining (e.g. 1h 2m).
This idea asks for more control over the protocols enabled for communicating with trackers. There are two main sources for peers - trackers and the DHT (on top of this there’s peer-exchange, LAN peer discovery, plugin located peers…). Trackers support two protocols, TCP (i.e. HTTP(S)) and UDP. Currently the UDP protocol can be controlled - this change introduces control over TCP in a similar fashion.
This allows you to configure Vuze to only get peers from the DHT (disable TCP and UDP protocols) if desired.
Note that private torrents only permit peers from trackers, so disabling both protocols will prevent private torrents from downloading.
Table View changes:
- PGUP/PGDN have been tweaked to partially visible rows are visible after keypress.
- Clicking the up/down on the scrollbar moves exactly one row