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Old 11.01.2022, 12:02
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Question Packagizer: Is it possible to parse site source code for <title> or other content?

If you want to download a movie that is just called "123456789.mp4" and the URL is just www. example.com/videos/download/123456789.mp4 is it possible to inspect the site source code for an anchor like <title> or any other unique identifier?

I would like to create a Packagizer rule. So far I have only found samples to modifiy an already existing filename in the download URL.
But can I also extend that to the site source code?
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Old 11.01.2022, 12:38
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In the meantime, I realized, that the MyJDownloader "Add Links" already seems to parse the needed title and show it in the popup window:
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

How can I get access to this text after the “ sign (aka "Left Double quotation mark", **External links are only visible to Support Staff**Unicode 201C) sign?
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Old 11.01.2022, 15:40
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Hi,
without a real example it will be hard to help you but I'll try anyways:
  • No you cannot access html of the source URL of a direct-URL afterwards.
  • Yes, if a source-URL/referer is given, you can use this or parts of it and set that as filename: Packagizer -> If sourceurl(s) -> Contains -> ...
  • If title was set as packagename e.g. by our myjd addon, you can also use the packagename as filename --> Example rule

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Old 11.01.2022, 16:04
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Thanks for your answer pspzockerscene.

Unfortunately, there is no more information in the source-URL as mentioned.
The packagename from local JD (as well as MyJD on the NAS) is "Various Files" / "Verschiedene Dateien" for this URL. That does not help.

I hoped, that I could access the title that MyJD on the NAS picks up and show it as visible for you in the printscreen "The Program 2..."
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Old 11.01.2022, 16:19
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Again: Without real example URLs I will probably not be able to help (you may as well send them to me via private message).

In any other case, all possibilities I see without an example are listed in my last reply.

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Old 12.01.2022, 16:29
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How can I get access to this text after the “ sign (aka "Left Double quotation mark", **External links are only visible to Support Staff**Unicode 201C) sign?
@invisibleman78: not possible because this information is not sent to JDownloader
But you can try to use Eventscripter script and make use of the sourceURL of the added link(s) . Eg Trigger "Packagizer Hook" and then open the website and try to parse website title and then make use of it.
Ask here for help/hints, see https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=70525

The script should cache the found title/result to avoid rechecking for each processed link again and again.
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Thanks for your addition @Jiaz.

I will try it this way.

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Old 13.01.2022, 10:51
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@invisibleman78: Nothing to thank me for. I just showed the direction but you have to walk the way yourself and/or with help of the great ppl in eventscripter thread
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