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Old 10.12.2012, 07:01
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Default request: packagizer option

Can you add packagizer option under

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"add link as disabled"

Suppose you add 1 file with 2 mirrors. 1 of those mirrors is slow. With this new option, after link grabber processes the links and user click "start downloads" on link grabber tab, then on download tab there will be package and 1 mirror will be disabled.

This would be useful because sometimes the hoster sites you normally use are having problems. Then you don't have to go find mirrors again, instead they are already saved in jd package and user simply enable the mirror to start using it.
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Old 10.12.2012, 07:22
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How does JD know one will be slow without some rule you physically set yourself?? If you want to set rules on fast or slow hosters use the features that already exist 'priorities'. This will allow the download to continue say if another faster one goes offline whilst been queued. This gives you greater control vs marking any file offline.
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Old 10.12.2012, 07:34
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I didn't mean that JD would automatically know, i mean that user can set as disabled.

If merge with existing option of 'priorities', then there should be another level of "zero priority" where file doesn't start unless user manually enable link.

"low priority" still starts automatically. I request there be option to add link but not start unless user sets enabled.
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Old 10.12.2012, 10:09
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Don't you think it would be better to have a given file downloaded maybe slower vs disabled and not downloaded??? This is exactly what the priories settings are meant to do for you... And we added the feature just for your situation. Set the hosters you want first (or leave them as default), and set the lowest value for the known slower/less preferred hosters.
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Old 10.12.2012, 10:43
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I actually want some hoster sites to be completely disabled. In fact I've added packagizer rules to block out those those sites because i don't want them to start since they are always so slow.

The problem with low priority is slow sites still end up getting started. For example:

Package 1
...Fast site 1

Package 2
...Fast site 1
...Really slow site 2

I would rather JD wait and use fast site 1 for both packages.


So i'm asking for a "disabled" option so that the mirrors still get exist in the package as backup options but don't start unless user enabled. Even though they are slow i would like them to be there as backups.
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Old 10.06.2013, 17:21
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link filter rules to block hosters
package customiser rules to set priorities! There are five priorities, you need to group them accordingly!

for disabled feature
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Old 11.06.2013, 14:26
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feature to package customiser added. Wait for next core update to take place
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Old 12.09.2013, 23:18
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Where can I find a list of available variables and its possibilities?
Or aren't there more possibilities than the context menu shows?
Is it possible to itemize many "things" for one rule?
For example a rule:
Everything that has '*horror*' or '*shock*' or '*thriller*' in filename gets the package name 'horror'

Just now I only know of making for every filename possibility a new rule.
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Old 13.09.2013, 04:46
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what you see within the right click context are the available dynamic variables.

So with your idea you need to construct that yourself, its very hard to determine genre when it's not already present within given filename. The only other way would be to automate title of object into google/imdb or something and return result. We wont be doing that our selves so that leaves you with :: filename contains [use regex, (horror|shock|thriller)]... package name = y | save path z
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Ok, thank you!
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