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OS 10.6 - haven't been able to operate any of my file sharing programs


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Ever since I installed Snow Leopard on my MacBook, I haven't been able to operate any of my file sharing programs (e.g. Solarseek and Bitorrent). The applications run fine, but as soon as I select a file to download it immediately fails (in the case of Solarseek) or remains idle for hours (in Bitorrent) despite favorable download status for the torrent.

Is this because of something in Snow Leopard, or is it merely coincidence?

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Funny, that - I used Tomato for all torrents under Leopard, but when I upgraded to Snow Leopard it couldn't connect or find the files.

I decided to try other apps and BitTorrent seems to work fine - maybe there's a newer version out than yours - the latest is v4.27.2

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