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Old 15.05.2020, 23:21
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Default Google Drive cannot download with subfolders

I am having a particular issue here... I am trying to download from Google Drive, but my folders have plenty of files in subfolders, too.

Example:

Perene - #1 (main folder)

This folder has 2 .JPG files

Inside it also has two subfolders:

1) Perenes
2) Pereness

Inside 1) we also find two other files, and 2) has 10 files.

When I download this is the end result:

>>>>>>>> ALL FILES together, in a single folder, located in my C: (hard drive)

This is wrong behaviour. It should respect the original structure.

So it should save as:

*********************************
Perene - #1 (main folder)
2 .JPG files

1) Perenes (subfolder)
MORE FILES...

2) Pereness (subfolder)
MORE FILES...

*********************************

All of this in my C: hard drive.

How do I fix this bug?

Note: I am aware at the current moment GDrive is being fixed, but what I am reporting wasn't mentioned in the other thread.
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Old 18.05.2020, 15:16
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Hi,

the issue you are reporting should not happen - it is most likely caused by a wrong configuration but I'm unable to tell this without real example URLs.
See Settings --> Packagizer --> Make sure that "Adopt folder structure" is activated

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Old 18.05.2020, 17:13
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In doubt, please provide example links so we can check/fix the plugin
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Old 27.05.2020, 19:48
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OK, here's an example:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...NJ?usp=sharing

This is what happens:

- JDownloader saves only the files, not the folders.

In this case it should have created the folders and put the files inside them.

As you can see the two TXT files were saved in a folder called "MEUS ARQUIVOS":

https://i.imgur.com/SK13JHd.png

Instead, JDW should have saved this way:

https://i.imgur.com/oDWHcZQ.png

And

https://i.imgur.com/3zWRDiX.png

Apparently something is either wrongly configured here OR I can only save respecting the folder structure if I use the GOOGLE DRIVE software for Windows. GD app for Windows follows all folder structures, but I need to insert my login credentials (for every account where the desired files are) in it.

The funny thing is that JDOWNLOADER shows in the preview the way I want, but once the files are saved they are all together.
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Old 28.05.2020, 10:57
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Your example link worked fine for me. Make sure to have Settings->Packagizer->"Adopt folder structure" rule enabled and at bottom position because rules are processed/applied from top to bottom
You should then see the folder strucutre in 'Save to' column
Please know that manual changes like merge/change folder...will prevent the folder structure support
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