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    Transmission - Which folder is my shared folder?
    Hi, I've been using Transmission and I've set up a folder called Transmission Downloads for Default Download Location & Incomplete Files. I launch transmission and point it to a torrent, and download the relevant file. Once downloaded, the downloaded file ends up in my "Downloads" folder on the dock.
    Which folder is my shared folder Transmission Downloads or Downloads?
    Can I prevent the file from moving to Downloads on completion?

    Thanks in advance...
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    Anyone?

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    I believe that you just need to change the settings to which folder you want the torrents to be when it is finish downloading.

    Vivian

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    I'm just no sure which folder is my shared folder. The settings in transmission are pretty basic - it's just that I'm confused about how the file ended up in downloads when I thought the target folder was Transmission downloads.
    (Settings in my origianal attachment)

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