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#1 User is offline   ming1455 

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Posted 18 February 2017 - 11:58 AM

Hello guys,sorry for my poor English first.
There is a suggest function,you may conceider for it: I have downloaded many files from the internet(pic or movies etc),but the name usually not fit for what really is,so I want to find a way to know the file's actually name.
I noticed that I can get the file name detail by Emule: when I downloading a file ,I can find all the names by right clicking the file and select "details..." button,it is a very very useful function,but when I right click the shared file from my local drive,that does not work.
So,would you please conceider add this function?that will be really helpful,thanks!
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Posted 18 February 2017 - 02:08 PM

Hi ming1455. :)

Try the following, maybe it is what you are asking for:

  • Click tools, click links, click edit web services...
  • webservices.dat should appear (opened in notepad.txt or in the program you are using for editing txt files).
  • At the end of it, in a new blank line, add:
    Info about this file on peerates.net,http://edk.peerates.net/check.php?p=#hashid
    Info about this file on shortypower.org,http://ed2k.shortypower.org/?hash=#hashid

  • Save the file and close it.
  • Test the no more disabled web services entry in the file context menu (i.e., the menu that appears when you use the right button of the mouse on a file, i.e. when you "right-click the file").
    I.e., select a file of your choice, right-click it, click web services, click Info about this file on peerates.net.
    Then try also Info about this file on shortypower.org.
  • Obviously, you can use your preferred words instead of "Info about this file on peerates.net", in the previous code.

INCONCEIVABLE! - You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.
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#3 User is offline   ming1455 

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Posted 18 February 2017 - 02:33 PM

View Postxilolee, on 18 February 2017 - 02:08 PM, said:

Hi ming1455. :)

Try the following, maybe it is what you are asking for:

  • Click tools, click links, click edit web services...
  • webservices.dat should appear (opened in notepad.txt or in the program you are using for editing txt files).
  • At the end of it, in a new blank line, add:
    Info about this file on peerates.net,http://edk.peerates.net/check.php?p=#hashid
    Info about this file on shortypower.org,http://ed2k.shortypower.org/?hash=#hashid

  • Save the file and close it.
  • Test the no more disabled web services entry in the file context menu (i.e., the menu that appears when you use the right button of the mouse on a file, i.e. when you "right-click the file").
    I.e., select a file of your choice, right-click it, click web services, click Info about this file on peerates.net.
    Then try also Info about this file on shortypower.org.
  • Obviously, you can use your preferred words instead of "Info about this file on peerates.net", in the previous code.



thank you very much :thumbup:
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