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Old 04.12.2022, 19:33
Suika Suika is offline
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Default Packagizer/Add Link configuration problems/confusion

This is about manual "Add Links" feature and the packegizer.

What I am trying to do is to have a defined "package name" for all packages that stem from a link, while retaining the folder structure in the said link.

Here is a link: **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
And here is its folder structure:
- JD2/1629671224348.jpg
- JD2/subfolder/1629669082447.jpg
- JD2/subfolder2/1.png
- JD2/subfolder2/2.png
- JD2/subfolder2/3.jpg

The desired result is basically this:
Add Link, define package name, (ignore download path)
And have the result come out as

Where "/output" comes from base download path, "DLID-0003" comes from package name in the "Add Links" and is applied to all packages, and the rest is basically "<jd:subfolderbyplugin>".
Do ignore the "overwrites packagizer rules" in the images, they are simply the desired state images.

In JD2 it seems impossible to have the same "package name" for all packages that are generated from an url.
I can't have "/output/<jd:packagename>/<jd:orgpackagename>/<jd:subfolderbyplugin>" in "Add Links", because the system checks the path existence/validity, which fails.
Generally, <jd:orgpackagename> and <jd:subfolderbyplugin> are not accepted outside of default download path and the packegizer it seems.
Setting "overwrites packagizer rules" will crush the whole folder structure into the defined path and/or defined path + <jd:packagename>.
If I want to use custom "base download path", I need to set "overwrites packagizer rules", which causes the default rules not to apply, which causes the <jd:subfolderbyplugin> not to work at all.
When leting the packegizer do it's thing, it is imposible to pass the neither the download path nor the package name, without setting "overwrites packagizer rules", which would simply mess things up. It seems.

Where was I again... jesus. How the hell do I go from:
- URL: **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
- Package name: DLID-0003
- Download Path: /output

to this:

I am either stupid, missing some toggle or it is generally not possible. Please help.
If I try to write any more than this, it might just become a text block of incoherent thoughts.
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