items paused in queue will resume if not in numeric order

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Rashomon
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items paused in queue will resume if not in numeric order

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Due to satellite download restrictions at home I will sometimes pause larger rar's and move smaller (typically the last) to the front of the queue. It's happened a couple times that when I returned the items that were paused resumed by themselves. attached you will see where I moved item 18 before paused items 16 and 17 and they downloaded any way.
USING VER 5 B 15
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Post by Smudge »

The log should show the reason for this issue.

By chance did you move up the small par2 files? If any of the par2 files are downloaded and added to the Repair and Extract queue, RnE will automatically unpause the files so that it can complete the archive. If you don't want this to happen, uncheck the Repair box at the top of the RnE window.
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Rashomon
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Post by Rashomon »

I did not move any of the par files but I did notice this in the log:
"4:09:23 PM Repair & Extract :: Auto Unpause Set File :: [113213]...."
Which may be why the RAR's continue even after setting them to pause.
It is easy enough to delete the RnE and compile after the fact. I'll try that when I am on this stupid satellite and subject to their "fair access policy".
I guess I am spoiled after using RnE successfully for a couple years.
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