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Old 19.02.2016, 17:06
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If you look at these columns in GUI you would see that size is rounded to .00 Mb. As soon size become greater than 1 Gb these column are rounded to 10 Mb. Is it any option to keep round to .00 Mb if file size greater than 1 Gb? I understand that internally JDownloader properly calculate file size/bytes downloaded but is it possible to include an option to set round to GUI? Thank you

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Old 19.02.2016, 17:55
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Can you provide screenshots of what you mean? It is also possible to have above 1 Gb and still .00
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Old 19.02.2016, 19:35
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That's the link...
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You see that if size <1 Gb JDownloader round to .00 Mb
if size > 1Gb JDownloader round to 10 Mb
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Old 22.02.2016, 14:08
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I'm sorry but I still don't understand.
Filesize sows 303,56 Kib
Can you please provide a screenshot and explain what exactly you mean?
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Old 22.02.2016, 15:30
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I think UriF either means to show three decimals when the size is shown in GiB instead of two, as with size shown in MiB, due to the rounding-error being too big.
Or to add an option to show size in MiB even if the default JD2-behavior would be to show the size in GiB instead.
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Old 22.02.2016, 16:33
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JD round all size references, I think we have a ticket to show bytes value vs rounded, just I can't find it.

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Old 22.02.2016, 16:43
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Thats why Im asking for a screenshot
I still don't understand what he means
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Old 22.02.2016, 18:28
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maxmaster, that's what exactlty what I mean. If you look at my screenshot you would see that if size greater than 1 GB you would see like 1,23 GB instead of 1235.67 MB. If you have a file lesser that 1 Gb you would see 233.56 MB.

There are not an option to switch between these option default/custom

I gave a link to a screenshot uploaded to uploadable.ch but it is visible only to supporters. If you give me the other option I would appreciate

P.S. I uploaded to imagebam.com...

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Old 22.02.2016, 18:43
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Okay, will check and provide feedback tomorrow
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Old 22.02.2016, 20:58
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Thank you. It would be more convenient info. Taking into account that in standard Win7/8/10 compare with WinXP no icon/Internet connection (sorry there are a network icon but not show if you download anything) and some file sharing services are very slow. Therefore you do not see if you download anything or your connection is broken. That's it
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Old 23.02.2016, 09:54
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Please wait for next core update, then you can change this in advanced settings
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Old 23.02.2016, 10:08
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Settings-Advanced Settings- GraphicalUserInterfaceSettings.maxsizeunit
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Old 23.02.2016, 18:34
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Thank you. I do not download such large files frequently but sometimes I really need this settings
If it would be done in a couple days I do not rush
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Old 23.02.2016, 19:36
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it will be available with next update by tomorrow
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