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How to Auto-start torrents?
on 2013/10/14 08:15:29 PM
I'd like to first point out that this is an AWESOME program and that if I would have known about it sooner, I would have jumped off of uTorrent years ago; anyway on to my question:
Whenever I hit a .torrent link/magnet link on a website, I have it set up to automatically go to tixati; but I would like to get rid of the "pop-up" window which wants me to "confirm" the starting of the torrent. I've looked all over the place and even in the "help" button, but it is un-clear to me where / what I must do to make this happen. Can someone explain this to me?
on 2013/10/15 05:23:49 AM
You can configure when this pop up appears in Tixati Settings > Behavior > Transfer loading priority/location prompt.
on 2013/10/17 10:24:57 PM
I've been to this pop-up many times; but I can't find the option to have the torrent "Auto-start" without the pop-up box. which checkbox / setting is this a part of?
on 2013/10/19 01:03:29 PM
On Behaviour page: disable "Activate main window when new transfers are loaded".
On Transfer loading priority/location prompt Configure window: disable "Created In Add Window Or Shell"
on 2013/10/21 07:18:58 PM
on 2013/10/23 06:43:34 PM
I just switched to Tixati from uTorrent. I'm starting to dislike uTorrent - so much adware and crap.
Tixati seems really nice, and this configuration made it better!
on 2014/02/24 12:21:40 AM
I kept "Activate main window when new transfers are loaded" checked because it didn't seem that matter. I had to uncheck all items under "Conditions" in "Transfer loading priority/location prompt." Started fine when I uploaded a torrent to Dropbox and had Tixati start torrent in the specified folder.
on 2014/02/24 06:44:34 PM
Thanks Pete, this kills Utorrent.
on 2014/03/03 10:31:20 AM
Just my 2 cents... but how will Joe Average associate -disable "Created In Add Window Or Shell" with auto-start?
on 2014/05/06 01:14:54 PM
Just what I needed thank you, I also switched from uTorrent to Tixati.
on 2014/05/11 11:08:05 AM
Same here. uTorrent has had its day when they sold out to adware
on 2014/11/14 01:45:59 PM
Thank you so much, saved the day.
on 2015/03/25 03:50:25 AM
Thanks for this, old thread I know but info still very much needed. Tixati rox!!
on 2015/11/18 01:38:44 PM
Kubuntu 14.05. Tixati 2.25, auto-loading .torrents from directory definitely does not work in my case. Anyone managed to fix this?
on 2015/12/13 04:10:07 AM
on 2016/01/08 10:41:56 PM
For what it's worth, I wanted to auto-start torrents from a watched folder, so I unchecked the option "Created From Watched Folder" in the pop-up under "User Interface" -- "Behavior" -- "Transfer loading priority/location prompt" as well as disabling option "Activate main window when new transfers are loaded" on "User Interface -- "Behavior" page. This worked for me.
on 2016/03/19 08:02:10 AM
Just Disable the "From Watched folders" option in the submenu to get it working when loading from folders
on 2019/09/24 09:06:02 AM
Thanks for a great program. Very polished and efficient. Unfortunately I'm still having a problem getting V2.63 (running on the latest Windows 10 64bit) to autostart when I click on a magnet link.
I've tried all the suggestions in this thread but I still get the prompt "Open Tixati?"
Any other suggestions would be much appreciated.
on 2019/10/01 05:00:39 PM
Thanks for this suggestions - working fine for me, now :-)
Now another wish to the Tixati Team - auto-start torrents:
Normally I let Tixati run overnight (with my VPN provider active).
Sometimes the VPN tunnel breaks down and Tixati close down, and then I
have to restart Tixati in the morning.
What about a Tixati-deamon (small comsuming one) running in the background,
so if a VPN tunnel breaks down, the deamon starts Tixati up again when the
VPN tunnel is up again (in my case: TAP-Windows Adapter V9)
This function could be set on/off in Settings.
Just a suggestion :-)
Regards - Ordinary Guy...
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