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Old 11.06.2015, 15:42
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Default Container DLC not exporting changed file names

Hi,

When i add a DLC to another JD2, the manually changed file names are not being exported. I think JD1 had JDC for that or something, so requesting some way to keep the changed file names (coz sometimes there's just too many).

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Old 11.06.2015, 16:27
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Is on TodoList
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Old 19.07.2019, 00:39
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Hello! Sorry to bump this old thread. Was this ever implemented?

I was trying exporting DLC for the first time and it seems file name changes are not kept.

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Old 19.07.2019, 11:38
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@ninguno: DLC is not meant for export/import. Meta information isn't fully supported and it highly depends on link type if filename is supported or not. Why you want to export to DLC? What are you trying to achieve?
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Old 20.07.2019, 16:45
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@Jiaz: Thought it was for that.
It's because i have two instances and sometimes i need to migrate some links but not a problem.
But don't worry i can continue using the method i'm currently using, copying linkcollectorXX.zip between them.
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Old 22.07.2019, 13:10
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Instead of copying linkcollector, you can use drag/drop or open as container to import the file
same for downloadListXX.zip
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Old 25.07.2019, 02:27
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Instead of copying linkcollector, you can use drag/drop or open as container to import the file
same for downloadListXX.zip
That's a nice trick! I don't have to rename the file to match the other instance anymore

Thanks for that, it's more than enough now
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Old 25.07.2019, 09:42
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