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Old 13.04.2019, 23:44
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Default how to tell if a file is downloading via a debrid service or not?

Is there any way to tell if a file downloading is through a debrid service or directly from that hoster?

There does not appear to show any special icons or the debrid logo icon to indicate this, so I can't tell.
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Old 14.04.2019, 00:58
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there are some mouse over bubbles (you can also trigger by double clicking also).

So if you do that in the status column it will give you the download candidate history, which download type was used and when and even the error type if failed. This is kept in memory and is lost if you restart client.

there can also more info within the connection column (depending on how wide you have it presented), so double clicking/mouse over will trigger that also
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Old 15.04.2019, 10:46
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@raztoki: thanks
Yes, the connection column shows information what host is currently in use for downloading.
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Old 15.04.2019, 10:53
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@raztoki: thanks
Yes, the connection column shows information what host is currently in use for downloading.
Yeah, however I do notice something weird, when I double click the connection column of a file that is downloaded already..
It does not show any icons at all.

Also it would be good if when you double click the status or connection column
it would put the name of the hoster in the small popup, instead of just the icon and a lot of empty white space followed by a tick icon.

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Old 15.04.2019, 11:01
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there are some mouse over bubbles (you can also trigger by double clicking also).

So if you do that in the status column it will give you the download candidate history, which download type was used and when and even the error type if failed. This is kept in memory and is lost if you restart client.

there can also more info within the connection column (depending on how wide you have it presented), so double clicking/mouse over will trigger that also
thanks, I think before it used to show the icon but I didn't realize the connection column had been resize too small and the icon no longer showed up anymore.

I just resize it back to a more viewable size
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Old 15.04.2019, 11:53
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Yeah, however I do notice something weird, when I double click the connection column of a file that is downloaded already..
It does not show any icons at all.
The connection column only shows information during download. After download those information is not available.
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Old 15.04.2019, 11:53
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Settings-Advanced Settings-GraphicalUserInterfaceSettings.showfullhostname
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Old 15.04.2019, 12:08
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The connection column only shows information during download. After download those information is not available.
yeah after it finished downloading it shows the icon on the status column.
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Old 15.04.2019, 12:08
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Also it would be good if when you double click the status or connection column
it would put the name of the hoster in the small popup, instead of just the icon and a lot of empty white space followed by a tick icon.
Hmm... the tooltip already shows what host is currently in use?!
Wait for next core update. I've added some changes to connection column/toolip
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Old 15.04.2019, 12:11
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Settings-Advanced Settings-GraphicalUserInterfaceSettings.showfullhostname
yeah that shows the hoster name, but if you are using a debrid service
it doesn't show the name of the debrid service next to the icon in the connection or status column
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Old 15.04.2019, 12:31
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yes, that information is only available during download. because the used debrid/multihoster service may change. for example user uses 3 different, then all 3 of them might have been used to download the file.
the debrid/multihoster is only available during the actual download in connection column
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