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Old 17.06.2020, 12:04
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Hello and as always, thank you for the great software.

I would like to know if it is possible to show a confirmation message before deleting packages in linkgrabber.

WHY: Sometimes I double click the 'delete' button on my keyboard by accident and that would delete a package that I want to keep.
Also, sometimes I would click the delete button in the tab bar of JD2 by accident.
This doesn't happen a lot but it happens.

I changed "rlywarnlevel" to high but still no confirmation message for this action.
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Old 17.06.2020, 13:05
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It's probably caused by a remember function (Don't show this again), you can reset the remember functions. I just tested in linkgrabber for the standard delete and it asked to confirm.

Reset this via settings > user interface > dialog windows > reset dialog 'don't show again' flags
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you might have altered the menu manager for delete and changed settings. confirm by checking the menu editor for linkgrabber right click context and bottom bar

for the delete/cleanup button that typically is on the bottom bar you can check out the menu editor there and check the settings.

I did check double delete with do not show again = true it only ever double deletes the download link, selection is the next item below the one removed, and that deletes, I could not reproduce deletion of package.

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Old 18.06.2020, 14:40
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Thank you. Now it is showing a confirmation dialog.
I simply had to reset the flags like you suggested, not the "rly warn level".
I could have sworn I tried that before but maybe another setting I had was causing a conflict.

Have a nice day.
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Old 18.06.2020, 14:46
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