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Hi,i am one of qbittorrent developers and i am one of the mac porters of qbittorrent.We have made a plist file but MacOSX doesn't recognize qbittorrent as a torrent client.As a result,while trying to set qbittorrent as the default application while browsing a torrent file using finder,qbittorrent is not in the reocommended application list.Moreover, the torrent icon is the default white icon.I cannot change it somehow.Any help?I am new in apple events.Thanks in advance.
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