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I've been using the AutoRemovePlus plugin with Deluge for a while and it works good but I'm trying to change things so it removes the public torrents and seeds the private indexer. Right now it's seeding everything and the plugin isn't removing it. I know that I need to stop seeding before AutoRemovePlus will remove the torrent. I've added a rule in the 'Specific Remove Rules' tab for the tracker so it seeds to ratio of 1.5. I've also added the tracker into the 'Exception Rules' in the general tab which you can see in the first link. Does anyone do something similar and can you tell me how your preferences are setup in Deluge to remove all torrents except a single private tracker?
EDIT: Here are my AutoRemovePlus settings
I have deluge setup as a Docker container. I'm trying to change the preferences so that I can seed torrents again but when I make changes to preferences they don't save. I've googled this and I believe the problem is I need to restart the deluge daemon however the Docker container doesn't have the WebUI plugin enabled and the daemon tab in preferences doesn't have an option to restart? I've done this in the past but I can't remember how to accomplish. I need to get my seed ratio back in good standing.
EDIT: I just figured it out. I had to go into Connection Manager.
I'm trying to switch Jabber to use IE as it's default browser to open the Webex links so I don't have to click 'Run a temporary application' everytime my user clicks on the short links in Jabber. I'm on Windows 10 and I've gone to control panel and changed the default program to IE for all things htm, html, xml and such. I've clicked to make it my default browser, exited Jabber and reopen and it still opens in Chrome inside Jabber? Does anyone know how to get this to open in IE or Edge so I don't get the 'Add Webex to Chrome' link?
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