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Old 01.05.2015, 00:05
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Default Extend JDownloader's "folder explorer" capabilities

When you choose download directory for (a) file(s) you can create new folders and rename folders in JDownloader's "folder explorer". I think it would be good if a delete, copy, cut and paste options would be added into the "folder explorer".

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Old 01.05.2015, 10:02
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Delete/Copy/Cut for File/Foldernames or Files/Folders?
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Old 02.05.2015, 16:31
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For files / folders.
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Old 02.05.2015, 19:00
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? The folder choose dialog is to select a folder. Why you want to copy/cut/paste files/folders within such a folder?
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Sometimes you accidentally click without thinking after you have created a new folder and then it's stuck with the default "New folder" name and the user has to open up Windows Explorer and correct the mistake from there. I think it would be swoman if these things could be fixed directly via JDownloader's file explorer.
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Already possible. Click on the name and click on the name again (same as in windows). first one selects, second one enables rename mode
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