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Old 21.04.2011, 19:39
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Default Starting the JD program with Downloading Stopped

Create a new shortcut "JDownloader stopped"
Fill-in the command line as java -Xmx512m -jar jdownloader.jar --stop-download
Fill-in the start directory with the JDownloader directory.
Click OK

When it is time to start JD in the Run state, start JD the way you have been starting it.

When it is time to start JD in the Stopped state, use the "JDownloader stopped" shortcut.
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I assume you are currently starting JDownloader with jdownloader.exe. If you are using a script or shortcut, copy it and add the --stop-download.

If your OS does not support shortcuts, just create a script instead.
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