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Old 09.05.2020, 02:13
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Since the update of Google Drive's interface I found that JDownloader doesn't copy links correctly anymore, if I right click a file in the JDownloader window and select Proprieties > Show Download URL and then right click the ULR to copy it will copy ALL G.Drive urls in the Link Grabber and it will also mess up the order and format (e.g. it will show em all in one line, with a ",%20" at the end of the url).

I used to use JDownloader to sort G.Drive links in file order (e.g. 01,02,03,etc.) has G.Drive doesn't offer this feature - every time you copy multiple Google Drive links it will copy em in a seemingly random order; so I used to copy the links in JDownloader to sort em and this now doesn't work anymore since Google has updated the sharing window of Google Drive web interface.
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Old 11.05.2020, 14:17
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Hi,

please post example URLs and a log.
Did you really sort them in JD e.g. press Strg + Click on a column or did you just click --> Column gets yellow which then is a "view" but not "real" sort?

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Old 11.05.2020, 19:00
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It seems like the issue is partially resolved,only "weird" thing left is that now JDownloader adds a comma after every link for some reason.





Other than this it's working again.

(As for the question I don't usually need to click any column as normally Jdownloader sorts the links automatically based on the filename)
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Old 11.05.2020, 20:07
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Looks like the raw input as the plugins pattern don't include. You can double click into a single url/field to show all known URLs
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Old 11.05.2020, 20:10
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every time you copy multiple Google Drive links it will copy em in a seemingly random order
JDownloader doesn't guarantee any order!
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Old 11.05.2020, 20:12
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I guess you have a list of comma+space seperated urls?
just use newlines
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Old 11.05.2020, 20:49
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JDownloader doesn't guarantee any order!
I was referring to Google Drive's web interface not JDownloader.

If you copy links from GDrive it will copy em in seemingly random order.
If you copy links from JDownloader list they will be in whatever order it's displayed(default - filename)


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I guess you have a list of comma+space seperated urls?
just use newlines
I really don't know what that means, the comma wasn't there originally it was added after I copied the links back from JDownloader.
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Old 11.05.2020, 21:17
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I really don't know what that means, the comma wasn't there originally it was added after I copied the links back from JDownloader.
Please check the content of clipboard when you copy GDrive to clipboard, eg paste to notepad. I don't see how that comma can be part of URL as the plugin doesn't *eat* the comma.
Can you provide screenshot where/how you copy from Google Drive web interface?
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Old 12.05.2020, 05:18
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Can you provide screenshot where/how you copy from Google Drive web interface?






Copying the links from the web interface I get this:



With the weird %20 at the end of each link

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Old 12.05.2020, 12:18
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Thanks. So it's how Google copy the links to clipboard. It is basically "comma Space(%20)" and that's the URL you see when looking at the download URL.
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