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Old 26.04.2017, 16:22
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What exactly do you mean by *absence of a 24-hour clock probably the most frustrating part* ? Can you please explain?
My timer works from 00:00 to 24:00.
My clock shows AM and PM. How do I set it like yours to get rid of the AM and PM settings so that it is timed like the 24-hour international clock? Example: instead of it displaying 1:00 PM, it should display 13:00, or 10:15 PM should be 22:15.
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Old 26.04.2017, 16:32
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With scheduler you can only move all or nothing. Also you have to schedule each action on its own. At the moment it is not possible to call multiple actions with one scheduler entry.

If you need finer selection, please use the Eventscripter and write customized script in Javascript that does what you want. You can contact mgpai for help. He is our Eventscripter Expert
Thank you for both your replies to my original post, Jiaz. I am still new to JD and I am still learning how to apply its great many features. Could you please indicate which Scheduler action to select to move all the links in LinkGrabber to Downloads so that downloads will start immediately? I also appreciate your reference to mgpai for any specialised scripting.
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Old 26.04.2017, 16:36
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What timezone are you from? What country?
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Old 26.04.2017, 16:38
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Could you please indicate which Scheduler action to select to move all the links in LinkGrabber to Downloads so that downloads will start immediately? I also appreciate your reference to mgpai for any specialised scripting.
You have to create two entries in scheduler.
-Add all Downloads
-Start Downloads (1 minute later)
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Old 26.04.2017, 16:40
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What timezone are you from? What country?
Time zone is GMT+2. How does that affect the clock setting?
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Old 26.04.2017, 16:42
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You have to create two entries in scheduler.
-Add all Downloads
-Start Downloads (1 minute later)
Thanks! Now I know about the 2-entry things should move along nicely.
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Old 26.04.2017, 17:04
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Time zone is GMT+2. How does that affect the clock setting?
Can you provide a screenshot? Maybe its because of your local timezone settings
I have 00:00 to 24:00 Editor in JDownloader.
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Old 26.04.2017, 17:14
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Can you provide a screenshot? Maybe its because of your local timezone settings
I have 00:00 to 24:00 Editor in JDownloader.
Where do I find the "Editor" you are referring to? Screenshot attached. Local PC time setting always in 24-hour format.
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Old 26.04.2017, 17:26
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Old 26.04.2017, 17:26
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Thanks
It's caused by locale settings how time should look like.
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Old 26.04.2017, 17:40
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Great! Thank you Jiaz.
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Old 27.04.2017, 02:49
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isn't time in JD based on operating system default time formatting?
For me, JD interface it uses AM/PM in line with my OS formatting preference.

though, JD does provide means to override that, GraphicalUserInterfaceSettings.datetimeformataccountmanagerexpiredatecolumn
GraphicalUserInterfaceSettings.datetimeformatdownloadlistaddeddatecolumn
GraphicalUserInterfaceSettings.datetimeformatdownloadlistfinisheddatecolumn

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Old 27.04.2017, 09:29
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@raztoki: Java uses os time formatting by default, yes.
That spinner in GUI is an example for that
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Old 27.04.2017, 09:33
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isn't time in JD based on operating system default time formatting?
For me, JD interface it uses AM/PM in line with my OS formatting preference.

though, JD does provide means to override that, GraphicalUserInterfaceSettings.datetimeformataccountmanagerexpiredatecolumn
GraphicalUserInterfaceSettings.datetimeformatdownloadlistaddeddatecolumn
GraphicalUserInterfaceSettings.datetimeformatdownloadlistfinisheddatecolumn

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Thank you for your comments, raztoki.

I am duly aware of my operating system time and date settings. It is not the 12-hour AM/PM format, and I did say in my earlier post that my PC always uses the 24-hour time format.

Advanced settings are for advanced users. Less-advanced users like me really only require a simple option to choose where it boils down to such an important programme feature. Therefore I am very happy to know that the developers are now going to take care of it.

Thanks again.
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Old 15.05.2017, 16:11
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I use Stop, Start, Limit and No Limit and they all work perfectly.
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Old 23.07.2017, 09:52
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Default Feature #83419 • International Clock

Hi everyone

How is the development of this feature is coming along? Are the developers still planning to implement it?

Even with regular use of the 12-hour AM/PM style clock, it is frustrating to have a scheduled download fail, simply because I have inadvertently forgot to correctly set the AM/PM part of the clock. Has no one else ever experienced the same thing, I wonder?

Thank you.
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Old 23.07.2017, 12:41
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Its still not done, the type of clock depends on your locale. We first have to find out how to change this default java behaviour/customize it
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Old 23.07.2017, 13:20
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Its still not done, the type of clock depends on your locale. We first have to find out how to change this default java behaviour/customize it
Thanks Jiaz, although I am not sure what you mean by the type of clock depends on one's locale. Why not just read the time from the PC-clock?
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Old 23.07.2017, 13:32
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it does read system time. the ticket is about showing outside system locale settings (windows: control panel > regional and language > formats)
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Old 23.07.2017, 13:51
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Thank you raztoki.
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