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Old 14.01.2021, 22:49
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Default LinkGrabber in the same order

If I add a couple of links copying them from a text file, LinkGrabber doesn't use the same order they are on the file.
How can i fix it?

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Old 15.01.2021, 00:50
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You can't as links so not necessarily get added in the order you copy them.
To force JD to process/add them in your order you'd have to add them one by one.

May I ask you why you want to do that?

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Old 15.01.2021, 09:58
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To force JD to process/add them in your order you'd have to add them one by one.
Even that doesn't guarantee the order! because JDownloader adds the links to the package sorted
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Old 15.01.2021, 09:59
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It's not possible (and no plans) to add links in specific order.
Same question, why is the order important? Maybe there is another way to achieve what you have in mind
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Old 15.01.2021, 10:59
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Yes, of course.
Essentially for two reason:
The first one is that this group of links are single lesson of a big course (between 30 and 50 lesson) and is very frustrating to reorder all by hand (keep in mind that the links are in format: **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**)

The second (more important) is that that links were scanned by an OCR program and sometime one or two links results broken and JD simply ignore them without any notification.
If they were in order will be extremely easier to find out those are missed.

Could you suggest me some different approch to solve the problem?

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Old 15.01.2021, 11:32
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Do the link contain any information about order? name/episode/orderid? Anything you could use for packagizer to auto rename the link/package?
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Old 15.01.2021, 11:33
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The second (more important) is that that links were scanned by an OCR program and sometime one or two links results broken and JD simply ignore them without any notification.
I'm sorry but in case a link/URL is not supported, JDownloader will simply not process it at all. Without any notification.
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Old 15.01.2021, 11:34
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Can you send real example links to support@jdownloader.org,it's easier to help with real links
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Old 15.01.2021, 13:22
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Here:


and so on..

The only part they have in common is /deliveries/.

I've also asked in other thread to format the name.
I'd like to obtain a file named only with a sequential number (solved) and the hexadecimal code after the /deliveries/ word.

If the program miss a link is very hard to find the missed one.

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Old 15.01.2021, 14:27
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Answered here https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=86468
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Old 15.01.2021, 15:50
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Thank you very much for filename.

Any idea about download order? Some tips or tricks? How can I work around the lack of this feature in JD?
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Old 15.01.2021, 16:20
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I recommend using this method, https://board.jdownloader.org/showpo...5&postcount=40
to specify your own filename and/or index number
you can then modify by filename name pattern and add your customized information into the final filename
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