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Old 16.02.2018, 17:15
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... It's thus not possible for me to sit and wait for the permission dialog box to appear on myJDownloader.
Temporary workaround? : Change system time to Trigger Script > Set Permission > Restore System Time.

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Old 16.02.2018, 17:16
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After next Update you'll have new commands
disablePermissionChecks();
enablePermissionChecks();
Update will be available in next 5 mins
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Old 16.02.2018, 17:18
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I will add easy method to disable permission checks
Thank-you very much ! This will be useful for future scripts as well.

A new update just became available so using myJDownloader I set my "update check" event's interval to 1000ms, disabled and re-enabled the script, and then the permission box appeared. Hopefully now it will not ask for the permissions again since I did not modify the script since accepting the permissions.

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After next Update you'll have new commands
disablePermissionChecks();
enablePermissionChecks();
Update will be available in next 5 mins
Thanks ! I just put the command in the beginning of script ?

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Old 16.02.2018, 17:21
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just add
disablePermissionChecks();
in beginning of your script to disable checks
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Old 16.02.2018, 17:24
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just add
disablePermissionChecks();
in beginning of your script to disable checks
Superb !
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Old 16.02.2018, 20:41
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github.com/mgpai/resources/blob/master/jdownloader/eventscripter/scripts/netgearjd.js
Superb, thanks once again!

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After next Update you'll have new commands
disablePermissionChecks();
enablePermissionChecks();
Update will be available in next 5 mins
Jiaz, how about the new API I requested above?

Edit: @mgpai, I wonder if you'd be so kind as to help me with a related script. This time I want to disable all links in a given package in the Downloads/LinkGrabber list whose file names match file names in the related download folder.

So for example if I have a package named "Jan Reports" and it's to be saved to Drive:\PackageName, then the script should match all file names in that package with file names in "Drive:\Jan Reports" and disable all matches. Basically it's the same script as before, except this time the comparison is to actual file names on disk instead of file names in a text file. Is this possible?

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Old 16.02.2018, 20:50
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@netgearjd: will be available with next update in 5 mins
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Old 16.02.2018, 23:01
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@Jiaz: What function name should I use?
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Old 17.02.2018, 10:18
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... I want to disable all links in a given package in the Downloads/LinkGrabber list whose file names match file names in the related download folder...
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github.com/mgpai/resources/blob/master/jdownloader/eventscripter/scripts/netgearjd_2.js

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@Jiaz: What function name should I use?
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Old 17.02.2018, 13:39
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Hi guys, sorry another quick question. With the code below, is it possible to wait for the runUpdateCheck() to finish before checking if an update is available on the next line of code ? Or maybe there is an all in one API that runs the update check and then updates/restarts if there is one ? Also, where can I find a list of JDownlaoder's APIs ?

Or is it possible to runUpdateCheck() using crontab instead ?

EDIT: I guess I could just add a sleep() command after calling runUpdateCheck().

Thanks

Code:
runUpdateCheck();
if (isDownloadControllerIdle() && isUpdateAvailable()) {
    interval = 1000;
    restartAndUpdate();
}

//Functions

function runUpdateCheck() {
    callAPI("update", "runUpdateCheck");
}

function isUpdateAvailable() {
    return callAPI("update", "isUpdateAvailable");
}

function restartAndUpdate() {
    callAPI("update", "restartAndUpdate");
}

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Old 19.02.2018, 12:11
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@netgearjd
getComment and setComment
@RPH: once an update is available, isUpdateAvailable will return true. So I would not think about async check just schedule the script for example all 15 mins. (default is 5 and 60 mins on headless)
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Old 19.02.2018, 15:18
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@RPH: once an update is available, isUpdateAvailable will return true. So I would not think about async check just schedule the script for example all 15 mins. (default is 5 and 60 mins on headless)
Hi, I have auto-update turned off. I only wanted to check for updates once a day at a specific time and if there are updates available then install them before my downloads are scheduled to start.

For example:

03:45 AM - Check for updates / download updates
- If updates available, install updates

04:00 AM - Start downloads

Problem is that runUpdateCheck() doesn't have a return value so the script doesn't wait for the update check to finish before checking if there are updates to install (so they don't get installed). I think I solved this temporarily by adding a sleep(300000) command after runUpdateCheck().
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Old 19.02.2018, 15:31
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Adding sleep will help yes. You could also enable auto update and JDownloader will check for pending updates itself. Without restart core updates are not installed. Don't see any reason not to enable auto update
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Old 19.02.2018, 16:02
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... where can I find a list of JDownlaoder's APIs ?
Other than the ones listed in the editor?

Code:
docs.google.com/document/d/1IGeAwg8bQyaCTeTl_WyjLyBPh4NBOayO0_MAmvP5Mu4
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Old 19.02.2018, 17:21
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@RPH:
@mgpai: Better api list
https://my.jdownloader.org/developers/
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Old 19.02.2018, 20:28
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Adding sleep will help yes. You could also enable auto update and JDownloader will check for pending updates itself. Without restart core updates are not installed. Don't see any reason not to enable auto update
I didn't want to have JDownloader unnecessarily checking for updates throughout the day (I saw the default value is every 10 minutes). And I want the latest updates available to be installed right before my downloads start to ensure that there will be no problems with plugins during downloading.

If there are only non-core updates available, will JDownloader still restart when running the "UpdateAndRestart()" command ?
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Old 20.02.2018, 11:24
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@RPH: Plugin updates can be installed in background without restart. Also headless is minimum timeout 1hour and not what's defined in advanced settings. Only pending core updates require a restart.
restartAndUpdate -> triggers a restart and enforces update check on startup.
Headless version always checks for updates on startup
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Old 20.02.2018, 12:14
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@RPH: Plugin updates can be installed in background without restart. Also headless is minimum timeout 1hour and not what's defined in advanced settings. Only pending core updates require a restart.
restartAndUpdate -> triggers a restart and enforces update check on startup.
Headless version always checks for updates on startup
Ok so with my code below, if runUpdateCheck() finds only plugin updates (non-core), will it still force an unnecessary restart with restartAndUpdate() ? Then maybe I should re-enable auto-update checking so that the system doesn't restart just to install some plugin updates. Thanks.

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runUpdateCheck();
sleep(300000);
if (isDownloadControllerIdle() && isUpdateAvailable()) {
    interval = 1000;
    restartAndUpdate();
}
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Old 20.02.2018, 12:22
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restartAndUpdate will always restart and force an update check, yes
but only when isUpdateAvailable() is true, which is only the case for pending core updates as runUpdateCheck will install plugin updates in background if possible
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Old 20.02.2018, 13:03
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restartAndUpdate will always restart and force an update check, yes
but only when isUpdateAvailable() is true, which is only the case for pending core updates as runUpdateCheck will install plugin updates in background if possible
Ahh, that makes sense, thanks
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