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Public hubs Public hubs

Columns

Name
The name of the hub.
Description
The hub's description.
Users
Amount of users in the hub when the hub was checked by the hublist bot.
Address
The hub's address.
Country
Which country the hub resides in.
Shared
Amount of bytes shared in the hub when the hub was checked by the hublist bot.
Min share
A restriction in the hub, where "Min share" is the minimum amount of bytes you have to share to be let in.
Min slots
A restriction in the hub, where "Min slots" is the minimum amount of slots you have to have open to be let in.
Max hubs
A restriction in the hub, where "Max hubs" is the maximum amount of hubs you are allowed to be in to be let in.
Max users
A restriction in the hub, where "Max users" is the maximum amount of users the hub will let in.
Reliability
How often the hub has been online, in percentage.
Rating
If the hublist allowed users to vote on a hub, this will appear as the hub's rating. The more stars, the better.

Context menu commands

Connect
Will open a new hub window and try to connect to the selected hub.
Add to favorites
Will add the selected hub to the Favorite hubs.
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).

Filter

Here, you can filter the hublist so you will only see specific hubs in the hublist.
The filter, consisting of an input box, a column selection box and a method selection box, can help filter the list on the fly based on textual matching. You can filter the contents of any individual column or the whole list. There are three filtering methods available to choose from: excact word match, partial word match or match a regular expression. Note that filtered results are not removed from the list; they can at any time be restored by just clearing the filter out.
The filter input box can be focused with Alt+I.
Eg, selecting 'address' in the drop down, and writing "foo" in the filter, will only display hubs that have "foo" in their address. When a filter is in effect, the number of hubs filtered out is shown in the status bar.
The filter input box can be focused with Alt+I.

Configured Public Hub Lists

In the dropdown, you may select different hublists you want to see. If the hublist was downloaded before you will have the cached version displayed. Click Refresh to get the fresh version of the hublist.
If you click on 'Configure', you will be able to change, add and remove hublists. The order in Configured Public Hub Lists determines the order hublists are displayed in the dropdown mentioned above.

List of alternative hublists.

Refresh

Download a fresh version of the hublist. If the download fails click Refresh again to get the next available hublist in the dropdown. DC++ uses The Coral Content Distribution Network to get hublists by default. This improves reliability and makes it possible to download hublists even when the original hublist server is out of service.

Status bar

Messages part (left)
Shows status messages about the loading of public hub lists;
Hubs
The total number of individual hubs in the current hub list. When the hublist is filtered, it shows the number of hubs filtered out as well.
Users
Sum of the users numbers of every hubs in the current hub list.