From here you can manage the files contained in the torrent, if no files are shown and a torrent is selected then Koinonein BitTorrent Client has not fetched the meta-data for the torrent yet as this torrent was added as a magnet link or as a torrent hash.
To sort the files just click the column header.
The SHA1 column will be blank until the file finishes downloading.
You select the file options by right clicking the file, the following are the available options:
Will copy the SHA1 to the clipboard.
This lets you set the priority the file will download, the priority’s are Low, Medium, High or Don’t Download.
This option allows you to rename the file to something of your choosing.
If you have Enable threat analysis systems turned on then this option will check the file with the Koinonein BitTorrent Client threat analysis systems, this is an asynchronous check and you’ll be notified if there are any issues once the check has complete.
This option will open the file provided you have downloaded 100% of the file.
This option will open the folder containing the file.
To perform actions on multiple files check the check boxes of the files you want to change then right click the header of the checkbox column and you’ll be shown a menu.
The second column shows you the threat level for the file, these are the threat levels:
This indicates that the file has not been checked by the Koinonein BitTorrent Client threat analysis systems.
This indicates that the file has been checked by the Koinonein BitTorrent Client threat analysis systems and has been found to be safe.
This indicates that the file is not of a type currently scannable.
This indicates that the file could not be checked at the moment.
This indicates that the file has been checked by the Koinonein BitTorrent Client threat analysis systems and is thought to be questionable.