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Old 06.03.2019, 04:43
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is there a way when importing internet links into jdownloader to automatically assign the file a filename? i know there's something along the lines of if the files contain certain words but that's about it

i want to download all my games from PSN with the help of jdownloader so i don't have to manually download each file and have an excel spreadsheet full of the titles and pkg files, the file names are what i think are the hashes so it gets kinda confusing to figure out what it is, is it possible to do this in jdownloader or will it just be the case of having to cmd batch rename after all the files have finished downloading?
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Old 06.03.2019, 04:49
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Old 06.03.2019, 10:16
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Thanks again @mgpai for fast help

@onthroughtime: In case you need further help, best would be to provide example links to support@jdownloader.org so we an check/provide example rules
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Thanks again @mgpai for fast help

@onthroughtime: In case you need further help, best would be to provide example links to support@jdownloader.org so we an check/provide example rules
remembered about this thread from a while ago and realised i never actually fixed the problem

have
in the sourceurl box
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.*#name=(.+)
in the then set filename box
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<jd:source:1>

example urls are (put spaces inbetween the link and #name because i didn't know if the forum would auto hide them or not

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Did you enable the regex checkbox on the right of sourceurl ?
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Old 13.08.2019, 14:35
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Did you enable the regex checkbox on the right of sourceurl ?
yes, tried it ticked and not ticked too
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Old 13.08.2019, 15:26
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works fine here. please share a screenshot of the rule or export and attach here
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Old 13.08.2019, 16:44
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works fine here. please share a screenshot of the rule or export and attach here
white box at the bottom of screen is just personal info removal because of the file path
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Old 13.08.2019, 16:53
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works perfectly fine. make sure the #name is directly after url.
If you want we can also check via teamviewer. Just contact me via support@jdownloader.org
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Old 13.08.2019, 17:44
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works perfectly fine. make sure the #name is directly after url.
If you want we can also check via teamviewer. Just contact me via support@jdownloader.org
finally got it working, turns out i had an invisible friend before the . in .name which wasn't making the packagizer rule work at all, once i deleted it it suddenly started to work
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