Steven Vollom stevenvollom at
Sat May 9 16:20:00 UTC 2009

On Saturday 09 May 2009 11:53:04 am John L Vifian wrote:
> On Friday 08 May 2009 4:28:10 pm Steven Vollom wrote:
> > > Right-click on the torrent, then click on "Open Directory" (about
> > > halfway down), then click on "Data Directory".  This should open up the
> > > folder that your movie lives in with dolphin.
> > >
> > > Alan
> >
> > That is not one of the options.
> It took me a couple of tries to do this so to do this:
> Open ktorrent.
> If you are in the Downloads tab and there are currently no torrents shown
> switch to the Uploads tab.
> Now rightclick on one of the listed torrents.
> Choose Open Directory->Data Directory
> Hope that helps.
> John Vifian
> --
> Sometimes I wonder whether the world is being run by smart people who are
> putting us on or by imbeciles who really mean it.
> Mark Twain
I believe I am one of Mark Twain's imbeciles.  I have done as you suggested.  
The 'Data Diretory' contains a movie that I am uploading but do not intend to 
keep.  It is not for me, but I always return what I borrow.

In any event, I have a download list of approximately 6 movies, none of which 
will install in the torrent package.  I even installed a second Torrent 
Application 'Deluge' to see if that might work.  So I now have Deluge and 

I seem to remember sending you a print-screen of my desktop which has the page 
that lists them.  I can resend if you like, however, if I double-click on any 
of those in the list they 'do not' install in the Torrent Application.  
Neither can I drag and drop them.  I have attempted so many reconfigurations 
that I no longer can remember the original that worked.

I have another post relating to 'find' and 'locate' objectives, that was posted 
partially due to the problem I am having here.  I thought if I could fine the 
folder that contains the list of downloaded Torrents that appear in a window 
on my desktop, I could perhaps locate and enter that folder and attempt 
double-clicking from there.

I am sure your advice works fine most of the time, and I have done something 
that makes my situation different, but if you are willing to add any new ideas, 
I would appreciate it.


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