Shift, a new web UI - UPDATE 2017.04.22

Discussion of the Web Interface for Transmission, formerly known as Clutch. This applies to all version of Transmission
killemov
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Re: Shift, a new web UI - UPDATE 2014.01.01

Postby killemov » Thu May 08, 2014 3:57 pm

gecko wrote:tried this interface and is a lot better than the default ui and easy to setup (tested on nas dns-320)
seems to behave well even on android browser
keep up the good work killemov

Thanks! Good to hear that the android browser can deal with Shift. The Nokia/Symbian browser cannot.
gecko wrote:two questions:
session->'alt speed enabled', doesn't work for me: speeds don't change. may I did something wrong?

Did you click the Apply button?
gecko wrote:when you access the web ui, default view is 'downloading torrents'. how to change so you can view all torrents by default when accessing the ui?

This commit by Thomas de Grivel shows you exactly what to change.
UPDATE: The system of displaying columns has been overhauled completely.
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gecko
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Re: Shift, a new web UI - UPDATE 2014.01.01

Postby gecko » Fri May 23, 2014 11:38 pm

I still haven't found problems with the stock android browser, android version is gingerbread 2.3.x so I suppose it will work like a charm on newer versions.
reinstalled transmission+shift and now speed limit works perfectly
the modified shift.js shows all torrents as I like
thanks again for your work

edit: works even with opera mobile (android 4.2.2)
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coguaro
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Re: Shift, a new web UI - UPDATE 2014.01.01

Postby coguaro » Tue Aug 26, 2014 2:24 pm

sorry but i want know is thath web gui is compatible whit the transmission included in the nas4free and how to integrate this??

killemov
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Re: Shift, a new web UI - UPDATE 2014.01.01

Postby killemov » Sat Aug 30, 2014 10:43 pm

coguaro wrote:sorry but i want know is thath web gui is compatible whit the transmission included in the nas4free and how to integrate this??

If you already have the transmission web UI available then YES, Shift will work on your setup. Follow the instructions on the first post to get it installed. You might even get the web UI to match the nas4free style.

coguaro
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Re: Shift, a new web UI - UPDATE 2014.01.01

Postby coguaro » Mon Sep 01, 2014 9:57 am

killemov wrote:
coguaro wrote:sorry but i want know is thath web gui is compatible whit the transmission included in the nas4free and how to integrate this??

If you already have the transmission web UI available then YES, Shift will work on your setup. Follow the instructions on the first post to get it installed. You might even get the web UI to match the nas4free style.

my problem is how to insert a new web ui in the trasnsmission install on nas4free why do not know how to modify config for that parameter
sorry for my english

killemov
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Re: Shift, a new web UI - UPDATE 2014.01.01

Postby killemov » Sun Sep 07, 2014 7:10 am

coguaro wrote:
killemov wrote:
coguaro wrote:sorry but i want know is thath web gui is compatible whit the transmission included in the nas4free and how to integrate this??

If you already have the transmission web UI available then YES, Shift will work on your setup. Follow the instructions on the first post to get it installed. You might even get the web UI to match the nas4free style.

my problem is how to insert a new web ui in the trasnsmission install on nas4free why do not know how to modify config for that parameter
sorry for my english

Where EXACTLY did you get stuck in the installation instructions? Nas4free is a BSD derivative with commands working mostly exactly the same as in Linux.

coguaro
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Re: Shift, a new web UI - UPDATE 2014.01.01

Postby coguaro » Sun Sep 07, 2014 8:06 pm

killemov wrote:Installation:
  • Download the zip file from github and unzip on your machine where transmission-daemon resides. (Or use git for future easy updating.)
  • Verify that transmission-daemon has proper access to the files. (See chmod and/or chown.)
  • Set the TRANSMISSION_WEB_HOME environment variable to the path to where you placed the Shift files.
    Example:

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    export TRANSMISSION_WEB_HOME=/my/path/to/the/unzipped/dir


i have copy all file in a directory but where is the config file for mofify?

cfpp2p
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Re: Shift, a new web UI - UPDATE 2014.01.01

Postby cfpp2p » Sat Sep 20, 2014 4:49 am

The Shift interface is truly a well designed application. I recently patched transmission in order to allow for running a torrent script on adding each torrent https://github.com/cfpp2p/transmission/ ... e93d269a65 and the stock Shift client found the rpc information with no changes to the Shift code at all. The settings were right there and functional changes to the settings worked correctly.

http://sourceforge.net/p/transmissionda ... /75c7f4f2/

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I highly recommend Shift .
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killemov
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Shift, a new web UI - UPDATE 2014.11.08

Postby killemov » Sat Nov 08, 2014 11:42 pm

Changelog:
  • Implemented column view per torrent status.
  • Implemented multiple torrent selection with mousedown/move/up.
  • Tweaked bandwidth consumption for AJAX calls.
  • Minor stylesheet tweaks.
Changing the status filter will trigger changes in the column view. The visible columns are now more fitting with the selected status. For example, showing the percentDone column for seeding torrents does not make sense. Also the new system makes customization way easier. 8-)

killemov
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Re: Shift, a new web UI - UPDATE 2015.01.01

Postby killemov » Thu Jan 01, 2015 8:30 am

Happy new year!

Changelog
  • Implemented setting the queuepositions in order of date added.
The button can be found on the Settings / Shift page.

killemov
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Re: Shift, a new web UI - UPDATE 2015.03.01

Postby killemov » Sun Mar 01, 2015 8:54 am

Changelog
  • Fixed updating and sorting of file percentage done.

cactus68100
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Re: Shift, a new web UI - UPDATE 2015.03.01

Postby cactus68100 » Mon Mar 02, 2015 3:08 pm

Hi,

Is it a possibility to displaying the extern ip address and a button to run an external server side script (to change external IP address with some VPN) ?

twl
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Re: Shift, a new web UI - UPDATE 2015.03.01

Postby twl » Fri Mar 20, 2015 5:50 pm

this ui looks like trash. like windows 98 style

cfpp2p
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Re: Shift, a new web UI - UPDATE 2015.03.01

Postby cfpp2p » Fri Mar 20, 2015 7:00 pm

twl wrote:this ui looks like trash. like windows 98 style
Then you might not understand what Shift is for, how to use it, or why killemov did it the way he did. I've integrated the regular web client and Shift clients together viewtopic.php?f=8&t=16081#p68769 and from there I can do pretty much anything and everything from there if I want. It's not the look of Shift that matters. But Shift may not be for everyone I guess.
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killemov
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Re: Shift, a new web UI - UPDATE 2015.03.01

Postby killemov » Sun Mar 22, 2015 8:58 am

twl wrote:this ui looks like trash. like windows 98 style
Thank you for your constructive criticism! I absolutely do not get the Windows 98 comparison at all. The color scheme was old skool green on black originally, which can still be selected. The current color scheme is actually a reflection of this very forum. "parkerlreed" submitted this color scheme on Github.
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I suggest you try and come up with something better. :idea:

cfpp2p wrote:
twl wrote:this ui looks like trash. like windows 98 style
Then you might not understand what Shift is for, how to use it, or why Killemov did it the way he did. I've integrated the regular web client and Shift clients together viewtopic.php?f=8&t=16081#p68769 and from there I can do pretty much anything and everything from there if I want. It's not the look of Shift that matters. But Shift may not be for everyone I guess.
Thanks for the assist. Shift should be a full implementation of the rpc-spec first, even spanning most versions of that. Shift IS supposed to be for everyone and I am and have been always open to suggestions. There have been little to none of those so far.

@All users: Give me suggestions for improvement!
@All designers: Be my guest and pitch in here or preferably at GithubImage. The one simple rule that has to be followed is that functionality has to come before form, always. If your design is sound, a real improvement, but needs some changes in the code then I most certainly will consider making them.
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