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Old 03.03.2020, 07:00
Jorchking Jorchking is offline
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Default JD doesn't keep the Mega structure folder

I know this issue was reported in a lot of topics, but I didn't find any answer that solve the issue.
Yes, I have the Adopt folder structure enabled in packagizer, yes, I tried enabling and desabiling the "create a subfolder with the name..." option.
For example this link: **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
Instead of saving it ALL in Ano Hana folder, the linkgrabber creates 2 folders: Ano Hana and the subfolder apart from the main folder Ano Hana. I just want that the subfolder named "pelicula" in this case being downloaded and created automatically inside the main folder Ano Hana, just like the Mega website. Is that not possible? I always had this problem.
What I want: AnoHana>Pelicula. What happens: Anohana folder and Pelicula folder apart.
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Old 03.03.2020, 16:28
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The title of your post is wrong if you ask me:
JD does keep the MEGA folder structure but you want it to put all files into the main/root folder.

This is not easily possible at this moment.
However, for the next update, I've added a packagizer property for you which can be used to force all MEGA contents to always go into the main folder:

Name of the property: root_dir
--> Usage in packagizer = <jd:prop:root_dir>
To use this you'd have to do the following:
[Disable the rule you might have created based on my previous instructions]
1. Add a packagizer rule which would always merge all GDrive URLs into one package with name = <jd:prop:root_dir>.
Packagizer rule conditions:
Downloadurl --> Contains --> "mega.co.nz" (without the "") --> Try "mega.nz" if that does not work.
... then set:
Package Name --> "<jd:prop:root_dir>" (without the "")
Then move this rule on top of all others so that it is on position 0 (which is the first position).
Screenshot of the rule:


2. Disable the default "Adopt folder structure" rule or modify it so that it does ignore mega.co.nz URLs.

This requires an update to be released!!

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