I keep reading that Deluge uses a superior implementation of libtorrent than the one in qBittorrent. Any truth to this?
As much as I've used Deluge and liked it 90% of the time I used it, I've experienced lock ups when torrenting loads of shit at once somewhat frequently.
Also, if you try to add a torrent file that has any foreign characters in it straight from your browser, Deluge refuses to accept the file. It doesn't have that problem when adding manually from the client, but it's just another annoyance. Also you can't select more than one torrent at once on a list, that's just archaic.
I've never had this issue.
It does have that character issue but other than that, I've never had any issues. You can select multiple lines by holding CTRL or using Shift. I've only tried this on the WebUI though.
This is definitely true for me. uTorrent/Deluge instantly connect to seeds/peers and I get great connections on them. Meanwhile qBT uploads extremely slowly, if it can even connect to a single peer.
>You can select multiple lines by holding CTRL or using Shift.
Well shit, I never knew that. Why Deluge doesn't support a simple click and drag, I don't know. It's way more efficient than having to click every entry.