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Ordered behaviour

by Guest on 2020/04/08 08:21:45 PM    
When we have a number of ordered files and we select more 3 files for example  and click ordered button, the others ordered files change to normal, and this 3 new files is ordered. Seem better another behavior, when have a number of ordered files already and you select more files and click ordered, do not change other ordered files to normal, but, add this 3 new files to queue keeping new and old ordered together.
by Casper on 2020/04/08 09:25:40 PM    
I hear what you are saying.

Say you have 1, 2 & 3 downloading, and you want to select 4, 5 & 6 to download as well.. if you just select 4, 5 & 6 they will be made normal priority while 1,2 & 3 are still ordered.
Instead of selecting 4, 5 & 6; rather highlight 1, 2,3, 4, 5 & 6 (even though 1, 2 & 3 are already downloading), right-click and choose ordered priority.
Selecting a file to download always uses the Normal priority unless you specifically choose ordered.
I hope I make sense.  So just highlight the files that are busy downloading together with the others you want to download, and choose ordered.
by Guest on 2020/04/09 05:46:33 PM    
Casper thanks your help, but is not it, what I say is, if I have 1,2,3 already ordered, if I highlight 4,5,6 and click ordered button, then, 1,2,3 go to normal priority. In my opinion is better which 1,2,3 continue ordered, and just add 4,5,6 to queue, so in the end we have 1,2,3,4,5,6, ordered together. With present behavior I need re-highlight 1,2,3 to keep it ordered.
by Guest on 2022/03/17 03:56:36 PM    
by Guest on 2022/03/22 06:48:28 PM    
by Guest on 2023/03/25 09:41:25 PM    
by Guest on 2023/05/12 10:39:47 PM    
Issue Closed!

It was implemented on version 3.18, thanks Devs, the implementation was better than requested, the first 'n last options is really useful to handle the priority of the queue, good idea, and the old behaviour still there for who want to use, very good. Thanks!

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