- MultiSource Downloading
- Add Advanced Details support
- Add advanced details area (show chunk view, peer view, file view, statistics view etc...). Use tabview to display multiple views.
- Add a coloured band over the mainview displaying the currently display items. For example if I select "Downloads" from the sidebar it should display "Downloads". If instead I select a specific group <groupname> it should display "Downloads - <groupname>"
- Add valid download time frame, global or individual.
- Show average transfer speed when finished
- Re-import the sidebar. Might be a tree-view.
- Add a "Finished" item. This will point to the downloaded files.
- Add a popupmenu to add or delete groups by right-clicking on them.
- Implement the selection of a specific group. In this way selecting a group from the sidebar should display only its transfers.
- Make the sidebar capable of several sizes for its items (16, 22, 32, ...)
- Show downloading progress, if multiple downloads are going, show each for 1 or 2 senconds.
- Implement progressive filling of the icon in the system tray.
- Use KPassivePopups to notify when all the transfers have been downloaded.
- Ask the user if he/she wants to delete the transfer (or probably if he/she wants to delete the tmp-file)?
- Let the user add new download-sources to a multithreaded transfer manually
- Handle the situation when we remove a group which has transfers.
- If user resume a download and find the disk space is not enough, implement a option which can move and continue the transfer to another user-specified place.
- Add a wizard on the first app execution, where the user can set his download folders and other "vital" settings like the integration with Konqueror. Perhaps we could provide a good default like ~/downloads/.
- Check there is enough space left before downloading file
- Proxy-support, not global, only for kget (we need to wait for kdelibs)
- Right-click menu to change transfer properties (filename, destination directory, url)
- Move deleting of big tmp-files to a new thread.
- Profile kget and look for possible optimizations.
- Make KGets handling of many downloads smarter, (maximum number of open connections per server).
- Recursion and other wget features.
- Save referer page for downloads.
- Preserve timestamp of downloaded files (as option)
- Write a ML-Donkey-plugin, based on libkmldonkey.
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