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Old 18.07.2012, 15:00
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If the package is currently waiting to start files can it duplicate the soonest to start time in the package line?

Currently it does something like this:
Package
File1 wait 0:30
File2 wait 1:54
File3

Suggesting it do:
Package wait 0:30
File1 wait 0:30
File2 wait 1:54
File3

When a package is downloading switch to speed like it currently does.

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Old 18.07.2012, 15:04
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not good idea as you can have many different status inside the package
loading, waiting, ipblocked, extracting......
no good idea to mix all this into one line, it will not be more helpful or faster than expanding the package itself

you can easily switch the view to show running downloads only! (in case you didn't know before)
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Old 18.07.2012, 16:04
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On the initial load I can see a lot of advantages in the package being expanded (is there an option for this?) to check for errors and such. Once a package is setup and running I don't see an advantage in leaving the package eta blank when there's no running download. Instead the most relevant info, when will it start in most cases, would make the most sense. A case that would be more relevant then when it will start is if there is an error on a file that has no other hoster, then this error would be in the package line.

Running downloads is helpful but it no longer gives package info (eta/speed/size). So it can't really be used as a replacement for expanding package to show wait time and then shrinking once it starts again to eliminate redundancy.

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Old 18.07.2012, 16:26
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ah, you want an eta of waiting for package? right?
the smallest waiting time for the package?
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Old 18.07.2012, 17:36
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Yes in every case except when a file is unavailable from all hosters (outdated plugin, ip ban) then that would be displayed instead.
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Old 18.07.2012, 17:50
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so, when a file is loading, then the eta(download), else show eta(waiting) ?
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Old 19.07.2012, 01:00
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Yes and does the icon still change when there's an error? If so nevermind the displaying error message in package line, probably very difficult to code anyhow.

Here's an example of what I mean, sorry for the bad paint job

Currently:

Proposed:
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