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Old 15.09.2016, 10:15
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Default Google Drive folder structure isn't preserved

When downloading a link from google drive with folders in it, JDownloader doesn't recognize the folders properly, for example if you try this link, the folders aren't recognized and all the files get put in one directory.
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Old 15.09.2016, 11:27
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Should be working with next update. Please make sure to enable Settings-Packagizer-Adopt folder structure. Maybe you can provide example with folder in folder, so I can check that too?
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Old 16.09.2016, 20:40
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Still isn't working for me, unless the updates hasn't gone out yet. Also here is an example with folder in folder (link). Also I have "Adopt folder structure enabled"
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Old 18.09.2016, 18:48
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Danke für den Link, schau ich mir die Woche an. Bei meinem Test ging noch alles. Ich meld mich wieder
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Old 18.09.2016, 18:49
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Old 20.09.2016, 12:06
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you have to move *adopt folder structure* below *create subfolder by packagename*
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Old 22.09.2016, 19:11
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sorry Jiaz, I don't undestand something. Is possible download so

a 1 (parent)
....|
...a 2 (child 1)
.....|
....a 3 (child 2)

to recreate and have original directory-subdirectory-files structure ?

because JD ask me if I want replace text.txt and download in the same folder. I use bugnotme link.
How do you do ?

I moved *adopt folder structure* below *create subfolder by packagename*




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Old 23.09.2016, 09:31
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you have to move *adopt folder structure* below *create subfolder by packagename*
not above
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Old 23.09.2016, 14:17
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mmm.. sorry Jiaz again, but if move Adopt Folder Structure to below I have this output



folder

a
b
c
..

is collected in one called 'various file' - JD not recreate tree structure correctly. Also a1, a2, a3 is not nested under a folder.

I select also



Have you got a picture to clarify the misunderstanding ?
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Old 23.09.2016, 14:24
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Can we do a teamviewer session? Then we can check together. Just send me ID and PW to support@jdownloader.org
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Old 25.09.2016, 15:22
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Check now, please.
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Old 26.09.2016, 08:57
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mmm.. sorry Jiaz again, but if move Adopt Folder Structure to below I have this output



folder

a
b
c
..

is collected in one called 'various file' - JD not recreate tree structure correctly. Also a1, a2, a3 is not nested under a folder.

I select also



Have you got a picture to clarify the misunderstanding ?
What link did you use for testing?
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Old 27.09.2016, 04:10
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@Jiaz

I use this link

https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...ElOcDhqVUF1UzQ
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Old 27.09.2016, 09:13
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How do you add the link? Clipboard or via AddLinks Dialog
The Link works perfectly fine for me
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Old 29.09.2016, 05:06
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I used both method but JD2 creates a subfolder package called "Various Files" with 5 test.txt inside so if you download it call if I want replace. But this "Various Files" should be instead a, b, c, d, e parent folders.

Have you got a pic to understand if what you works is what I expected, please ?
Link works but not like expected.
I try with servers but nothing

Folders are not nested because folder like a is under Various Files and subfolders like a1 is retrieved like separately and is not nested like \a\a1
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Old 29.09.2016, 09:45
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I suggest we do a teamviewer session (contact me via support@jdownloader.org) and we check/find out together. For me it is working fine. Each folder has its own package with correct path info set.
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