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(solved) Bug in RSS Save file

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(solved) Bug in RSS Save file

Postby r2d290 » Fri Jan 30, 2015 4:49 am

Hello

When I go to the Download Manager and to the RSS Filter Manager, I'm asked to select a destination for the downloaded files. I press "Browse", and finds the destination I prefer: /Media/Series/2015/
Then I press "OK", and I see "Save file(s) in: /Media/serie..." and when I hover the mouse over, I can see the whole destination.

However, when I press OK on this window, it refreshes, and when I hover the mouse over the destination, it says that the entire address is "/Media/serie...". This also results in that a folder named "Serie..." is created and everything is stored in there in a mess.

How do I fix this? :S


Btw: What happens if I do not Check the "Check for updates every..." box? Will it check all the time, or never? How can I get it to check for update more often than 3 Hours?
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Re: Bug in RSS Save file

Postby r2d290 » Tue Feb 17, 2015 5:12 am

Anyone? :)
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Re: Bug in RSS Save file

Postby acurrington » Tue Feb 17, 2015 11:25 am

I believe this is fixed in the latest update to Download Centre...
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Re: Bug in RSS Save file

Postby r2d290 » Thu Mar 26, 2015 10:08 pm

And I belive you're right. :)
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