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Old 29.11.2022, 09:27
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Default "Start download" button on MyJdownloader does not work

I am using Chrome v107 on a Windows 10 machine.

I have tried adding a link to the linkcollector tab on myJDownloader and clicking the large "play" button ("Start Download"). The download speed number turns yellow, but remains at "0 B/S).

I also get a desktop notification from JDownloader that a download has started, only for another notification to show up moments later that the download has finished. In reality, JDownloader did not actually download anything.

Going through Actions -> Add to downloads achieves the desired result.
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Old 30.11.2022, 20:07
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@cs_project: In MyJDownloader you have to manually add/move the links from linkgrabber to download list first. In GUI version,this is a customized option for the Play/Start button. I could add optional setting to enable same behaviour in MyJDownloader if wished?
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Old 07.12.2022, 01:13
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Hi, sorry for the late reply.

Yes, I ended up figuring out that MyJdownloader also requires the user to move packages from the linkcollector tab to the download lists first.

I think adding this setting is a great idea. At the very least, the play button should be "grayed out" so the user intuitively knows that a download cannot be started by clicking said button (under the given conditions).
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Old 07.12.2022, 11:43
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Hi, sorry for the late reply.
Nothing to be sorry for!
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I think adding this setting is a great idea.
I agree 100% !
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At the very least, the play button should be "grayed out" so the user intuitively knows that a download cannot be started by clicking said button (under the given conditions).
That's not that easy as the current webinterface implementation has no callback for the status of the button. That's why I think default behaviour should match GUI behaviour
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