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Problem with uTorrent


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I use uTorrent on Windows and Mac, and there is a feature from the Windows version that I can't find in the Mac version. Hopefully, someone will know whether it exists, and if so, how I can access it. In the Windows version, when I open a torrent, I have the program set to open this screen:

http://images.snapfiles.com/screenfiles/utorrent2.gif

This allows me to decide which files in the torrent I want to download before the download starts. I cannot find this function in the Mac version. I am updated to the latest version of uTorrent. The only way that I can find to not download a specific file inside a torrent is to wait until the download starts, then right click anything I don't want and say Don't Download. But even that has its drawbacks because the program doesn't mark the file as skipped. If anyone has any advice, please help!

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