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Old 01.06.2019, 09:08
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Default Packagizer rule help - destination by file type

Yes, I know this should be easy-peasy and basic, but it's just not working

All I want is to save files with the extensions .epub or .pdf to a specific directory. That's all. And yet I can't get it to function no matter what I type.

Could someone throw a clue for the clueless, please?

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Old 01.06.2019, 09:51
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screen shot your rule?
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Old 01.06.2019, 22:46
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I've tried the list with and without a leading dot (.epub vs epub), I've tried file type Document, I've tried Filename contains... {sigh}.
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Old 02.06.2019, 03:03
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@Cosmic Anosmic
could you please provide some example urls to test with?

far as I can tell that should work! the only time it wouldn't is the hoster doesn't tell you file extensions
or
package customiser works on order so additional rule overrides this rule.

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Old 02.06.2019, 06:09
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Hey! It's working! I don't know *why*, but it's working. Just for the hell of it, I turned off a rule for redirecting videos. It was listed *after* the ebook rule, but now the ebook rule works. {shrug}

Yer a wizard, Raztoki, aren't you?

Thanks for the support. It really did help!
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Old 02.06.2019, 06:19
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@Cosmic Anosmic: Rules are processed from top to bottom!
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@Cosmic Anosmic: Rules are processed from top to bottom!
Well, that's what I assumed. But...whatever.
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