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Old 25.04.2022, 16:32
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Default Grabbing multiple links

I have a list of video links for a website. For some reason, I can't get JD to grab all the links in the clipboard, just the first one. I have to click on them individually.
I've tried creating a text file with each link per line, copying the text, but it just grabs the first link.
I've tried creating an html file with an href tag for the link but the same results.
In the past, I've copied multiple files from various websites but they were file hosting sites. This site is just a standard website.
If anyone knows why this is happening, please let me know.
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Old 25.04.2022, 17:31
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@StinkySteve: can you please provide such an example text file with two entries/videos in it.
I can think of cloudflare that may cause issues or maybe the url patterns are not supported/causing the problem
send example file/links to support@jdownloader.org
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Old 25.04.2022, 20:51
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Just sent it to you.
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Old 26.04.2022, 10:59
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@StinkySteve: Thanks! The reason it fails I will explain and also provide the solution.
Your links are not processed/supported by a plugin and thus being picked up by the generic http plugin due it's known/supported file extension .f4v
As those links do only work with all/the correct url query/parameters, it's important to signal to process the url as it is/in full.
You can make it work by
1.) adding .jdeatme at the end of the each url, for example #.jdeatme or &.jdeatme
2.) creating a directhttp linkcrawler rule, see https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...ple-directhttp (just once for all urls)
3.) appending
Code:
directh_t_t_p://
(remove the _) at the beginning of the each url, can easily done by search/replace in text editors
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Old 26.04.2022, 14:01
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Yup. Worked perfectly.
Thanks!
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Old 26.04.2022, 14:56
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@StinkySteve: you're welcome and thanks for the feedback!
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