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TPB Info_Hash to Torrent !
Does using a search engine not make the whole process mute? Excuse my ignorance but i don't code whatsoever.
Been awhile since I've been active, eventually I'm gonna look more into this and see what needs to be done, but it seems solid for now..
Did you check the website before posting?
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(Feb 10, 2014, 08:32 am)NokTham Wrote: Huh, I'm currently using Opera12 along side with UserScript Converter and The Pirate Bay Hash To Torrent Link which allows me to fetch the .torrent file on torrents that only include the magnet link.

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Firefox users can use GreaseMonkey (UserScript Converter for Firefox) and The Pirate Bay Hash To Torrent Link

For Chrome (or Opera18+) i honestly dunno, there's a TamperMonkey which, accordingly to some reviews it's a GreaseMonnkey alternative for Chrome.

If anyone knows more alternatives, keep posting them, they are really useful Wink

This is actually really good. Do you still have the script NokTham? I would love to integrate this into OfflineBay but the link is not available now.
Most just grab the hash and search it at many of the available torrent storage sites (torrage.info, btcache.me, thehashden.org) rather than actually using the magnet protocol to retrieve the torrent meta-data.

Obviously this relies on someone having uploaded the torrent file to one of those sites in the first place as they are passive storage services.

You could conceivably use a meta search engine like torrentz and follow it to one of the indexes that still serve torrent files.

Don't know how much demand there would be for such a feature. Most modern clients speak the magnet protocol.
You could use this service.

Wow interesting reading... Been awhile hey..
It's good to come back and catch up on some reading.. thelocalbay2.blogspot.com should be still showing

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