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Old 01.02.2014, 15:27
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How do I copy the selected links from path (many different) to the Clipboard. [LinkGrabber]
In Total commander are such options.
In JDownloader CTRL + C/V (copies only links)
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What path?
Total Commander is a file manager, not download manager.
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Old 01.02.2014, 15:54
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What path? -> Save to
Total Commander is a file manager, not download manager - > ok, I understand
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Old 01.02.2014, 17:34
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If you ask how, the answer is no way.
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Old 02.02.2014, 02:07
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easiest way is to setup package customiser rules, to set the path automatically based on rule. copy links. Job DONE!
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Old 02.02.2014, 03:49
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Are you saying that by setting up package customiser rules, copy links will include save to path?
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Old 02.02.2014, 04:26
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based on what you configure in the package customiser rule, you can set a static path.

It wont mirror site (and its path structure), for that you can use wget or curl or some spider software.
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Old 02.02.2014, 04:55
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raztoki - "wget" hmmm.... wget - old software (2004?) that does not work, I wonder why some people even this simple program recommended :>

very old program save the links + path + name
Universal Share Downloader 1.3.xxx

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Wget been around much longer than that, according to Wikipedia January 1996.

Old software doesn't make it less useful. These days cURL is more powerful application over Wget but still both programs are widely used and recommended. Why? because it can perform extensive tasks at command line interface level, making it easily usable in 3rd party applications.
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Old 02.02.2014, 05:28
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And how is this wget fit into this thread's topic?
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