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Cette section est un guide specifique pour les utilisateurs d'aMule sur Mac . Elle peut vous aider a utiliser toutes les fonctionnalités d'aMule sur Mac et vous aidera pour une utilisation plus facile et confortable .

Clic droit pour activer les menus contextuels

Beaucoup de fonctionnalités d'aMule sont accessible dans le menu contextuel du clic droit ( ou ctrl + clic ), par exemple "pause", "annulation" ou pour changer la priorité de chargement d'un fichier, voir file details, etc .

Vous activerez le menu contextuel en cliquant sur le bouton droit de la souris, ou, si vous avez une souris a un seul bouton, en cliquant tout en maintenant la touche control (ctrl )enfoncé en même temps .

Il n'y a pas de captures d'écran pour illustrer les menus qui s'affiche, mais faite vous votre expérience en essayant . Vous pouvez par exemple essayer sur n'importe quel liste de fichiers, clients et servers, toutes les "étiquettes" en haut des listes ( par exemple " nom du fichier" ) et la barre "toutes" en haut de la fenêtre de chargement .

Setting up firewall access (to be translated from here)

In addition to properly configuring your router to handle port forwarding, you need to configure the settings of the built-in firewall that comes included with Mac OS X. To do so:
1. Go to Apple Menu > System Preferences.
2. Click on the "Security" Preferences Pane.
3. Click on the "Firewall" tab.
4. Click "New..." on the right side of the tab, which will bring up a drop-down dialogue box.
5. For "Port Name" select "Other"; for "TCP Port Number(s)" enter the same port number as you used in your "Connection" preferences in aMule; for "Description" enter something handy to remember what you did, like "aMule"; click "OK".
6. Returning to the "Firewall" tab, be sure that the port you just created (i.e. "aMule") is checked.

Now you should be good to go. You can see if you have correctly opened the port by testing here .

Handling ed2k-Links

There are basically four ways to download files with aMule:

  1. Search for files using aMule's search dialog and double click those search results that you want to download.
  2. Copy ed2k-links from a web page into the "ED2K-Link Handler" field at the bottom of the search window of aMule and press the commit button. If the ed2k-link is longer than that text field is wide you need to make the aMule window wider until the link fits completely into the field (you can make the aMule window wider than your screen if necessary). We are working on eliminating this issue.
  3. Import ed2k-links directly from your browser into aMule. See for more details.
  4. Use a text editor (e.g. TextEdit) to paste ed2k-links into a "ED2Links" file inside ~/Library/Application Support/aMule/ and aMule will automatically import those links.

Setting up aMule's video preview feature

You can use a video player like VLC or Mplayer to preview incomplete downloads of video files. To set up aMule properly for this, go to Preferences -> General. Under "Video Player", you have to enter "/usr/bin/open -a" together with the path of your video player program.

For example:

/usr/bin/open -a "/Applications/"
/usr/bin/open -a "/Applications/vlc-0.8.4a/"
/usr/bin/open -a "/Applications/MPlayer OS X 2.0b8r5/MPlayer OS X"

Or just "/usr/bin/open" to use the default application for the specific file type - as set up in the finder.

For additional information, see this article.