Windows (debug): SoulseekQt-2015-3-25-debug.7z
One other way to remove uploads is to check the 'Clear Complete/Aborted Uploads' box and wait about thirty seconds, which I don't feel is ideal either. I do want to add a clear complete/aborted uploads button that does the same thing right away, but I have my doubts regarding the usefulness of letting the user remove specific uploads.
As for moving users up the queue, you can put a user in a group with a higher download priority. See this announcement for details.
I was more so referring to incomplete uploads. It's just a bit annoying when a users may have 30 tracks queued up and a fellow friend is waiting to download only 1 or 2. Going to read up on the user groups now :)
tommynumber, this should be solved either by groups or by a built-in algorithm allowing one-track people to download faster. Nobody looks at the upload screen for hours I believe, so why to improve something in that unpopular place? IMHO.