pair of dimes wrote:I will have to think about that huleboeren. I like the idea and I see its purpose. On the other hand what if you use several servers at the same time? Would people not "get" what the "# @" means? Additionally, Warnings are now updated upon refresh -- so if you want to quickly check to see if there are problems that should probably be your first stop.
I think I am pretty close to where Plush will be for 0.5 at this point, here's what I have left:
new options for limiters: show "last ##" + "none"
So right now the queue and history have "Show Top 5/10/15/20"/etc -- I was thinking of adding "Show Last 5/10/15/20"/etc -- meaning right now you can only look at the "top" of your queue, this would let you see nzbs from the bottom. Additionally I was thinking about the "none" option which wouldn't show anything and disable refreshing. Thoughts on this?
My queue is never that huge that I need to see what I just added at the bottom but thats just me
pair of dimes wrote:new option to hide priorities from queue
Don't get me wrong, the new High/Normal/Low priority options in the queue are great, but I don't think everyone will use them or want to look at them. For this I was thinking of just having a checkbox in the main menu to toggle the priority menus on/off. Any other ideas on what can be toggled like that? The other post-processing options (category/mode/script) can be edited from the NZO page now (nzb file listing page) but I'm not sure if it is necessary to have the option to toggle those.
Other than that I'm going to be looking at cleaning up the configs, the code, and posting a new introductory thread to Plush usage before 0.5 release.
Let me know if you have any other ideas. I think the graphic layout is okay at this point but I am still open to contributions -- will probably be easiest to wait for a beta before jumping into that for anyone interested.
How about an option to show/hide number of connections next to the speed? It could be hidden by default in order not to confuse people
Not quite sure how to handle the multiple servers thingy :/
Perhaps the total number of connections used across all servers?