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  1. Bottles51

    Paused Inactivity

    Can we have a setting in the server itself to kick a user who has a program paused for a long period of time. I have several users who pause and walk away or leave house and the connection still remains. I would like them to be kicked when this occurs.
  2. I have notice that when I play an audio book or podcast from a resumed location, if I pause the playback then resume playback it starts back on the last resumed location. For example if I resume a podcast at 00:54:34 listen for 5 minutes and pause it so it is now at 00:59:34. When I press play again it will go back to the 00:54:34 instead of 00:59:34. To get around this I need to stop the podcast instead of pause, this way it will update the resume location and go to the correct time. This issue does not happen if there is no resumed location. When starting an audio book/podcast from the beginning play/pause works as intended. Hopefully this explanation was somewhat intelligible. Let me know if I need to explain any thing.
  3. Hey, I use qBittorrent to download content, and recentely had a problem with the auto-organizer. I had a full-season torrent paused for a while, and upon resuming I noticed that the auto-organizer had already moved a few episodes (unfinished). Is this an is an issue with qBittorrent not locking paused files, or with the auto-organizer logic? If needed can anybody recommend alternative appilcations?
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