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Info

Added On

This shows you the date and time the torrent was added.

Block Size

This shows you the block size of the torrent.

Category

This shows you the torrents category, if any.

Comment

This shows you the comment on the torrent.

You can click on this to edit the comment.

Completed

This shows you the % done of the torrent.

Completed On

This shows you the date and time the torrent completed.

Created By

This shows you what BitTorrent Client created the torrent.

Created On

This shows you the date and time the torrent was created.

Download Limit

This shows you the torrents download limit.

You can set this by clicking the ‘Torrent Options’ in List View or by right clicking the torrent in Grid View.

Files

This shows you how many files are in the torrent.

Hash

This shows you the torrents info hash.

You can click on this to copy the info hash to the clipboard.

I2P Torrent

Shows you if the torrent is 12p or not.

I2p torrents disable the DHT and local peer discovery for that particular torrent as well as disabling talking to peers over anything other than the I2p network.

Last Seen Complete

Shows you the last time Koinonein seen a complete copy of the torrent.

Merkle Torrent

Shows you if the torrent is a Merkle torrent.

Metadata

Shows you if the torrent has metadata, if it does not then the torrent was added via a magnet link or info hash and Koinonein is still fetching the metadata from other users of the torrent.

Piece Size

Shows you the torrents piece size.

Pieces

Shows you how many pieces are in the torrent.

Private Torrent

Shows you if the torrent is a private torrent.

Private torrents ask BitTorrent Clients to not use any other sources than the tracker for peers and to not advertise itself publicly apart from to the tracker.

Ratio

1.0 means that you have downloaded exactly the same amount of data as you have uploaded.

Anything between 0.1 – 0.9 indicates that you have uploaded less amount of data than you have downloaded, this may effect badly on the health of torrent.

Anything above 1.0 means you have uploaded more data than you have downloaded.

Queue Position

Shows you the torrents current queue position.

Saving To

Shows you the save path for the torrent.

You can click on this to change the save path.

Sequential Download

Shows you if the torrent is in sequential download mode.

You can set this by clicking the ‘Torrent Options’ in List View or by right clicking the torrent in Grid View.

When enabled the piece picker will pick pieces in sequence instead of rarest first.

In this mode piece priorities are ignored with the exception of priority High which are still preferred over the sequential piece order.

Enabling sequential download will affect the piece distribution negatively in the swarm.

Share Mode

Shows you if the torrent is in share mode.

You can set this by clicking the ‘Torrent Options’ in List View or by right clicking the torrent in Grid View.

A torrent in share mode sets the priority of all pieces to Not Downloading except for the pieces that are downloaded.

SSL Torrent

Shows you if the torrent is an SSL torrent.

If you add an SSL torrent you’ll be shown the following dialog that you can enter in the SSL credentials.

You’ll be shown this dialog again if the certificates are moved or become revoked.

Status

Tells you the current status of the torrent.

Super Seeding

Shows you if the torrent is set to super seeding.

You can set this by clicking the ‘Torrent Options’ in List View or by right clicking the torrent in Grid View.

When used a piece has to have been forwarded to a third peer before another one is handed out.

Total Downloaded

Shows you the total amount of data this torrent has downloaded.

Total Size

Shows you the total size of all files in the torrent.

Total Uploaded

Shows you the total amount of data this torrent has uploaded.

Upload Limit

This shows you the torrents download limit.

You can set this by clicking the ‘Torrent Options’ in List View or by right clicking the torrent in Grid View.

Upload Mode

Shows you if the torrent is in upload mode.

You can set this by clicking the ‘Torrent Options’ in List View or by right clicking the torrent in Grid View.

In upload mode the torrent will not request any pieces.

Buttons

Get Magnet Link

Clicking this will generate a magnet link for the torrent that will then be available on the clipboard.

Get Torrent File

Clicking this will generate a torrent file.

The new torrent file will have the same info hash and files as the torrent you added but will have the trackers, web seeds and comment set how you currently have them.

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