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File List File List

Toolbar

Back Back
Switch to the previously visited directory. This command can also be accessed via the Backspace key and the Ctrl+Left keyboard shortcut.
Forward Forward
Switch to the next visited directory. This command can also be accessed via the Ctrl+Right keyboard shortcut.
Up one level Up one level
Switch to the parent directory. This command can also be accessed via the Ctrl+Up keyboard shortcut.
Subtract list
Compare this list to another list, and only show the differences between each. Useful to see new items added by an user to his file list.
Match queue
Search the list for items you are currently downloading; found items will be automatically added as sources for your current downloads.
Download full list
Downloads a full version of the current file list (generally, file lists are downloaded in parts to only download the directories you are interested in). This function is also useful to refresh the file list if you suspect the user may have modified it.
Find Find
Toggle the visibility of the search box, which allows searching within the file list.

Search row (optional - below the toolbar)

A search row may be shown right below the toolbar to allow looking for files in the current file list. Its visibility is controlled by the "Find" button.
Text-box and method selection drop-down (left)
Enter your search terms here. The most recent searches can be accessed by unfolding the list contained within this box. Select the desired matching method from the dropdown in the right. Available modes are: excact word match, partial word match or match a regular expression.
Previous Previous
Find items that match the search strings specified in the text-box. The search starts from the current selection and goes backwards.
Next Next
Find items that match the search strings specified in the text-box. The search starts from the current selection and goes forward.

Folder list (left)

Folders available in the current file list. Left-click on a folder to show the contents of that folder in the window on the right; right-click to open a menu that allows you to download the whole folder or access user related menu commands.

Contents (right)

Shows the contents of the folder selected in the folder list (window on the left). Right-click to get menu options.

Columns

File
The file and folder names inside the currently selected folder.
Type
Shows the file extensions of the files in the current folder.
Exact size
The size in bytes of files in the current folder.
Size
The size of these files in normal form.
TTH
The Hash of these files.

Context menu commands

Download
Adds the selected file(s) or director(ies) to the Download Queue. They will be downloaded to the Default download directory.
Download to...
Adds the selected file(s) or director(ies) to the Download Queue. The download target can be selected using the submenu elements : either a predefined place from the Download Favorites or any other folder specified using the Browse... submenu.
Search for alternates
Will open a new Search window to search for alternate sources for the selected file.
Lookup TTH at Bitzi.com
Will trigger the default browser to lookup the TTH of the selected file at Bitzi.com.
Copy magnet link to clipboard
Will copy the file's magnet link to the clipboard.
Open
Opens the file with its respective external viewer software. You should have the appropriate viewer / player software installed and correctly registered to be able to open the file.
Open folder
Opens the selected folder (or the folder containing the selected file) in Windows Explorer.
Shell menu
Opens the Windows shell menu as submenu items. This menu contains the same items as in the context menu of Windows Explorer. Note that the submenu elements will be loaded the time when it is opened. If you have large number of context menu items registered with Windows it may take a few seconds to show the full menu.
View as text

This function is useful for previewing small text based info files as they may contain more information about other files in the same folder. Note that only plain text files will be shown correctly. For files of other format you must download and open them with their respective viewer application. You can open downloaded files from the Finished downloads window using the Open menu command.

User >
Get file list
Download the file list of the selected users.
Browse file list
Download only the required pieces of the file lists of the selected users in form of a partial file list. Note that you may not able to fully exploit certain file list functions in a partial list window until you get the whole list using the "Download full list" button.
Match queue
Matches the files in your download queue to the file lists of the selected users. 2 files are considered to be the same if their TTH is the same. If matches are found in one user's file list, she will be added as a source for the relevant downloads.
Send private message
Open Private Message windows to chat privately with the selected users.
Grant extra slot
In addition to your regular upload slots, an extra upload slot will be given to the selected users until the end of the current DC++ session.
Remove user from queue
Remove the selected users from the source list of all queued files. Pending file list requests will be removed as well.
Ignore chat
Add user matching definitions (or modify existing ones, if possible) to ignore chat messages from the selected users.
Un-ignore chat
Add user matching definitions (or modify existing ones, if possible) to stop ignoring chat messages from the selected users.
Copy user information
Copy a few lines containing user information to the clipboard. The data may include: the user's nick(s), her hub address(es), her IP, country, email, CID (not exhaustive). When multiple users are selected, each user information blob is separated with a blank line.
Copy
Allows copying the content of any column to the clipboard. An "All columns" command is available as well to gather all the columns in the copied text (one column per copied line).

Status bar (bottom)

Speed
The speed the current file list was downloaded.
Files (left)
Total number of individual files in the whole file list.
Size (left)
Total amount of bytes represented by every individual files in the whole file list.
Files (right)
Number of items selected; or number of items in the current directory if there is no item selected.
Size (right)
Total amount of bytes represented by the currently selected items; or by all items in the current directory if there is no item selected.