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QbitTorrent Client

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bnajgmchnmlnjggkflnpjllgpjbckoja-

Description from extension meta

A Browser Extension for managing your torrent servers and be notified of changes.

Image from store QbitTorrent Client
Description from store Only QbitTorrent is currently supported. How to use self signed cert: 1. Open Chrome settings, scroll to the bottom, and click Show advanced settings... 2. Under HTTPS/SSL, click Manage certificates... 3. Click the Trusted Root Certification Authorities tab, then click the Import... button. This opens the Certificate Import Wizard. Click Next to get to the File to Import screen. 4. Click Browse... and select the certificate file you saved earlier, then click Next. 5. Select Place all certificates in the following store. The selected store should be Trusted Root Certification Authorities. If it isn't, click Browse... and select it. Click Next and Finish 6. Click Yes on the security warning. If you want to support me by the development of this extension. Please donating at: https://paypal.me/QBitExtention

Latest reviews

  • (2021-01-09) Marnix: It's a big upgrade over the default qbit web ui

Latest issues

  • (2020-12-28, v:0.0.7) glin tidd: Right-click to add torrents
    Hi there, would it be possible to add an option to simply right-click on a magnet link to add it qBittorrent?
  • (2020-11-14, v:0.0.5) Mikkel Glenvig: Possible to use with reverse proxy?
    Hey, so my qbittorrent is running on a raspberry pi behind a vpn, so I have set up a reverse proxy through nginx which changes the host/url for my qbittorrent webui to https://mydomain.com/qbt/ or https://mydomain.com:443/qbt/ <-- this got it working in transdrone. Is something like this possible with your extension? or is it something that you could make possible? Kind regards Mikkel

Statistics

Installs
817 history
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Rating
0.0 (0 votes)
Last update / version
2020-12-02 / 0.0.7
Listing languages
en

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