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Old 24.06.2019, 18:14
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Default Problem search filename/packagename

Adds a link, shows that it has found 1 link, but I can not find any link on the list? How do you find him in the whole list? Other links may be similar and I do not know how to find links or packages that can automatically be added to different packages, instead of at the end of the list (bottom)



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Old 25.06.2019, 09:49
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For example sort for *Added Date* column?
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Old 25.06.2019, 19:50
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Yes, I checked last added, by date, but there is no link that was decrypted, so I do not know where it was added? I have 16k packages. Although I have problems with many links, as if decrypt, but it is not known where these links are, it's tedious work to find, sometimes even impossible.
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Old 26.06.2019, 03:32
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please be sensible here dj-downloadstheentireinternet
simple
delete all existing links
or
add all links to download tab prior to you adding a new link.
sure you can find a given search within 1 or a couple links vs thousands which you had within list prior to the search.
or
use the add link dialog and give your search url unique identifier ?? for example, comment field. then use the bottom filter and search for the comment.
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Old 26.06.2019, 09:35
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use the add link dialog and give your search url unique identifier ?? for example, comment field. then use the bottom filter and search for the comment.
nice and easy solution thumbs up
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Old 26.06.2019, 10:06
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This is probably due to the unrecognized link and it can be an "Unknown" package even if it shows "Unknown" after decrypting ONLINE. If you want to help me, what did you get back when you added my sample link? Please answer.
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Old 26.06.2019, 11:10
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raztoki already proviced 3 different ways of help and the last one is the easiest one.
add the link(s) via AddLink dialog and provide a custom comment that you can use later for search field
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Old 26.06.2019, 18:08
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I know you are trying to help, but it raztoki is more unfavorable, it can tell you at first and what decrypted it will be better, probably it is not a secret. I am only an inexperienced man whom the white man says everything. Learn and then return to the forum, because you are asking too tactless questions.

The name of the file or package - which - can you answer?
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Old 27.06.2019, 13:06
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You are so smart, intelligent but you do not want to say the name.
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Old 28.06.2019, 11:06
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I'm sorry but I cannot help if you do not explain the problem properly. We've showed three ways to find the new added link and yet I don't understand what the problem is
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Old 28.06.2019, 11:12
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The package and file are unrecognized and do not work.

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unknownFileName
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Old 28.06.2019, 14:42
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the link results in unknownFileName because there is no filename within the url and the response is a json response and no file. JDownloader does NOT deep-decrypt the link but with next core update, it will
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Old 05.07.2019, 20:05
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I do not know how to name it, but how to find numbers with "0"
e.g. 01 instead of 1 06 instead of 6

For me, this regular expression is incorrect:
^([0]?[1-9])$
^(0?[1-9])$

0? optionally match a zero
[1-9] match one of the characters between 1 and 9


I want the match to be from 01 to 09 -or- 01 to 80

EDIT: I corrected, it's probably good now?
^[0]{1}?[1-9]$

Found only 01 to 09

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