The Azureus Dashboard Widget provides a compact, friendly interface for monitoring and managing BitTorrent downloads. It's especially useful for remote torrent management - for instance, if you use a machine other than your main workstation for BitTorrent downloads - but works just as well for controlling Azureus on your local machine.
Instructions for installation can be found at the widget's homepage.
What's new in Azureus Dashboard Widget
FIXED an issue where the widget viewport would jump left when dragging a file near the right edge.
FIXED an issue where super-seeding, forced seeding, and queued torrents had no stop button.
FIXED When there are no torrents, the headers "Torrent Name" and "Progress" will not appear.
FIXED The X that closes the widget is now correctly positioned over the top left corner.
CHANGED The widget's icon no longer has a gradient background.
ADDED Total seeds and peers are now displayed alongside connected seeds and peers. (If the tracker reports them correctly.)
Love the widget, but can't get it to connect to my azureus machine when it runs anything above Azureus 2.4. With 2.5, it shows downloads, but no control buttons.
Hope the developer updates this great software soon!
Great Widget. Means I can download torrents on my server and not have to look at windows or deal with Azureus. Would like the ability to stop all and resume all downloads and also a timer option to start downloading at a specified time and then stop at a specified time.
Great widget, i have just a small issue.
When the machine running the widget is in the same network as the azureus machine it works really fine. On a remote network, connected via VPN it doesn't work. The VPN itself works just fine. Any ideas about this?
Very nice addition to Azureus. Would like to see ability to add torrents remotely, as well as monitor them. Somewhat difficult to configure if you're behind a rounter, but works very nicely when it's running.
Really interesting idea!
Would be nice to control other bt clients with the same widget (specially those that work via CLI, like btdownloadcurses.py) because they use just a few resources).
For now I still use ssh + screen + btdownloadcurses.py ;) Nice widget!