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Old 01.10.2019, 12:42
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Default Multi select operations are non-existent.

Hi!

I often want to mass change the download folder for files, or move them when they're finished. Yet even if I select a bunch of files/folder the specific operations only refer to one file/folder. So I could only do it one by one, which is unreasonable.
So a feature to run operations on multiple selected files/folders is sorely lacking.
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Old 01.10.2019, 13:26
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Select the links/packages and rightclick and in context menu you can mass change download folder or package .....
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Old 01.10.2019, 13:26
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The properties window at the bottom does only affect current selected link/packages, use rightclick context menu actions for mass actions
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Old 01.10.2019, 14:56
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Select the links/packages and rightclick and in context menu you can mass change download folder or package .....
I see. It was misleading that the dialog window showed the file/folder on which I clicked.

Also I had to find the save download directory in a sub-sub menu. (Not sure if it's by default.)
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Old 01.10.2019, 15:34
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Also I had to find the save download directory in a sub-sub menu. (Not sure if it's by default.)
Rightclick->Properties->Set download directory?
You may customize the manu if you wish, via menu editor
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