I started having problems downloading torrents about 2 weeks ago. It worked fine when I downloaded the files through my web browser. Then I changed the settings so that for the downloads it uses the port 6881 and did not try to set the port back. Now I can't download any torrents. I can download a single file but when I try to add files to the download it just connects me back to the file search form. Here is an example of the error messages I get when trying to download a torrent. Firefox even doesn't recognize the file is still active.
I was having the same problem and it took a day before someone responded to my post. It will attempt to keep the name of the original torrent the file has been downloaded from, the problem is that if I attempt to download more than one copy relating to each torrent the program will first request a unique name and than when I click OK that name will be used.
To correct it I would need to download a tool called xferfox and try to download in a similar fashion to how I did to the other torrents. I have listed below some of the most current torrent sites that I have downloaded from.
The benefit of having the option to download from a list is that you can download files faster. However, if you wish to add these links to your download list later, you can export the link list using the File menu.
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