Description of problem:
Multiple instances of qbittorrent open when .torrent downloaded or magnetic link clicked in Firefox
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open qbt from menu
2. Open magnet link from firefox
New qbt is launched
Torrent appears in the first instance
It seems this bug was reported for a number of times before but
(1) still doesn't work
(2) proposed solution from bug 1371139
also doesn't help
Could you check out now if the latest version fixes the issue?
qbittorrent-4.1.5-2.fc30.x86_64, still valid
Ok, I've found a problem sort of on my side. My Firefox started qbittorrent directly and ignored menu item cli customization. I changed it to use system qBittorrent entry and now it works
I also updated to the latest version for F29 and F30, not sure if the problem still persists there.
But it might be good to report it upstream.
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