airguy wrote:I have been using this for some time on my Galaxy S2. Presently running v1.11.2 and always worked pretty well. However I find it's very limited in queue management. It's great for just sending stuff to your queue to be downloaded immediately. However, if you maintain a large queue of files ( I have over 300 in my queue now), it's very difficult to manage.
I have an RSS feed set up to automatically place things in the queue in "paused" mode until I decide I want them to download. Saves me tons of hard drive space not having to store things before I need them as my usenet provider has over 1000 days of retention.
These are the main problems I have with queue management with SABMobile:
I can't reorder my queue in any way. No way to move things up or down in the queue. They stay in the same order they came into the queue. I like to try to keep things grouped in the queue, but cannot move things together from my phone. Have to use a browser.
In next version, you'll be able to set the position of an item in the list (number), so you'll be able to move an item to the top of the list.
airguy wrote:And the Biggie:
If I tap an entry to change something (category, etc) the queue always returns back to the top, and you must just keep swiping and swiping trying to get back to the same place you were in the queue before. This takes quite a bit of time to scroll down thru 300+ queue entries. Why can't it have the intelligence to return to the same spot in the queue after editing an entry?
I usually resort to my phone's browser to this. It's not perfect but works better than this app for queue management if you're trying to maintain a large queue.
I now only use SABMobile to check download speeds , and occasionally change a category
I would greatly like to see these features incorporated in a future release to manage large queues.
For the list moving back to the top, I have tried to find a workaround, but apparently, Android doesn't want that... so I'll try again.