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Old 23.08.2017, 10:58
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Question how to "forget" past save paths

In the LinkGrabber, when you highlight a package, the "Package Properties" menu appears. In the "Save to:" field, you enter the file path where the package should be saved.

By default JD2 remembers every path you've ever used. This makes for a long and crowded list after a while. Is there a way to "forget" paths?

For common Internet browsers, you can just highlight the remembered text you want to forget and click Shift+Delete to remove it.

How do we achieve this affect in JD2?
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Old 23.08.2017, 12:38
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By default JDownloader only remembers 10 GeneralSettings.downloaddestinationhistorylength
you can modify/delete LinkgrabberSettings.downloaddestinationhistory
Settings-Advanced Settings
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Old 24.08.2017, 03:46
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Looks like the default is 25 on JD2. This is what I needed though, thanks
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Old 24.08.2017, 08:59
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Yes, default is 25 sorry, I had it changed in my config.
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