Opened 7 years ago
Right-click file in queue -> Interrupt, file interrupted and queue rescanned for higher priority files
|Reported by:||Chris P||Owned by:|
|Component version:||Operating system type:||Windows|
|Operating system version:||Home 7|
It would be immensely helpful if I could right-click on an active transfer and click "Interrupt". That specific file would stop, (like all files do if you right-click the queue and untick Process Queue), and the highest priority file in the queue would be started.
I have a queue downloading and the maximum number of transfers are already transferring. I add a file to the queue and set it to priority 'Highest'. The only way to get the new file downloading is to stop the whole queue processing, then restart it. I have this issue many times every time I do a big upload and restarting the queue causes all sorts of problems (eg, errors "ftpcontrolsocket.cpp(1871): Waiting for replies to skip") and overheads.