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Old 11.05.2019, 06:30
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Hi,

I'm quite new to the packagizer. I want to simply build a rule, when TINA is in the package name, then move the extracted video to a given folder (see attachment).

But this is not working. Am I doing something wrong?

I'm also wondering if the Archive extractor on the plugin list on the left be active too?

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Old 11.05.2019, 07:22
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that is of unextracted content so it will be archive (rar/zip/etc), you can NOT use if filename is video as its not video is archive at that time! package customiser does NOT have access to whats within the archive. so the solution here is to remove that condition and it will work assuming the package name contains TINA

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Old 11.05.2019, 08:58
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Oh ok, got it. I'll try this way!

How is it with the Archive extractor on the plugin list on the left pannel? I deployed this version of it:
https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=71069

Does this Winrar 5 enabled version also work together with the packagizer?

Thank you so much for helping me!
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Old 11.05.2019, 10:08
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its just an updated version of the same library, so yes it will work.

the fields the package customiser sets based on your rule is read via JD and passed to the extraction tool (7zip library in this case).
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Old 11.05.2019, 10:32
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Oh ok, so I should be all good now. May I ask an extra question?

Downloads since today morning are automatically transfered from the links collecter to the current downloads despite I unchecked this in the links collecter settings at the bottom right. Is it normal?
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Old 11.05.2019, 13:14
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if it doesn't match your predefined packagiser rule, there is also a global setting on the linkgrabber side panel, which allows you to 'auto confirm' and 'auto start download'
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Old 11.05.2019, 15:51
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Ohhhh, got it!!! :D I'm so stupid. I've checked "auto-confirm" in the rule without knowing what it is. Now I do.

Many thanks for your help and for this great tool!
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Old 12.05.2019, 10:32
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Still... Something isn't working. I've put some links in the link grabber, rename the package with TINA. Let the downloads start. At the end this rule didn't triggered.

I have a final rule without package name condition that juste moves the rest downloads to some folder. That one triggered for this TINA package.

Something must I still not understand...
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Old 12.05.2019, 10:49
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correct you are making a mistake.
package customiser only works if ENTRY into linkgrabber, when it matches your said condition(s). If you name/set the package name via add links dialog it can still match on entry. But obviously wont work if you rename this yourself post adding link into linkgrabber.
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Old 12.05.2019, 11:09
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Oh OK. But how can it work then? In my exemple there, not of the links did have TINA anywhere. And I didn't add them over a .dlc or whatever...
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Old 12.05.2019, 21:34
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correct you are making a mistake.
package customiser only works if ENTRY into linkgrabber, when it matches your said condition(s). If you name/set the package name via add links dialog it can still match on entry. But obviously wont work if you rename this yourself post adding link into linkgrabber.
Oh actually I didn't understand what you wrote at first. Sorry. Actually I think I'm doing it right. I give links to the link grabber, rename the package with TINA as prefix into it and ONLY then confirm and send them to download.

So the rule should match right? I don't understand what's wrong.
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Old 14.05.2019, 11:09
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Packagizer Rules are processed while the link is being processed and added to linkgrabber. Once the link is in list and you manually change/customize it, then rules no longer will be processed.
But you might wanna try to use a script for Eventscripter that does what you want to achieve. See here https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=70525 and ask mgpai for help. He's our master in Eventscripter.
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Old 14.05.2019, 16:44
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Ok. Thanks for answering. If you prefer German I can also do this. Actually what I really want to do is just being able to redirect downloaded files by an arbitrary filter. Like "category A" goes to folder A. Cat B goes to folder B and so on... Maybe there is an easier way to do this here?
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Old 14.05.2019, 16:56
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You can either
1.) Setup Packagizer rules that will match on certain criteria and then customize final download directory
(once in list, those rules will no longer be processed!)
2.) Setup a script for Eventscripter that does what you want. Either automatically , for example interval and check for keywords or comments or so or on action in rightclick context menu

Why not try to create a rule that matches on information without having to manually rename packages to different names. When you can provide real examples we can try to help with rules
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Old 14.05.2019, 21:07
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Okay, I think I will have a look at the Eventscripter this weekend. Thanks for helping me.
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Old 15.05.2019, 09:21
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Old 15.05.2019, 10:19
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That's right, but I think you both gave me the keys and informations needed for me to do this.
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