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Old 09.08.2021, 11:50
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Default Retaining "WhereFrom" info / Keep2Share

My apologies if this is not the right place.

I use Hazel to automatically sort downloaded files. One of the rules depends upon the kMDItemWhereFroms value in the files metadata.

If I download a file directly (from Keep2Share) the data is correctly set, however if I use JD2 it is not. I think this is a general issue , it just happens that the current examples I have are all from K2S.

Is there a setting somewhere that I should be using?
Is this what the Referer field in K2S plugin is for? If so, it. isn't working.

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I am running the latest version of JD2 on macOS Big Sur, however this problem occurred on previous versions too.
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Old 09.08.2021, 14:22
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Hi,
how exactly do you add your k2s URLs?
If you are e.g. on a forum and copy k2s URLs via CTRL + C and add it to JD via clipboard-observation, the Referer ("Where from") should be set just fine.

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Old 10.08.2021, 10:35
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That is how I added them.
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Old 10.08.2021, 13:37
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Rightclick on any of them -> Settings -> Show Download URLs
Do you only see one item here or multiple ones?

In case you only see one entry (the original k2s URL):
Which browser did you use when copying those?
Can you please provide the source URLs e.g. pastebin/forum from which you copied the k2s URLs?

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EDIT

Seems like I misunderstood your request...
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Old 10.08.2021, 15:52
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JD does not provide any standardised metadata file that other apps can scan outside of a info file ( see event viewer )
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Old 10.08.2021, 23:36
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I think the user wants the ORIGINAL LINK NAME.

The - DOWNLOAD FROM - instead of the - FILE NAME - renamed by JD.

See PIC.
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Old 11.08.2021, 13:11
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One of the rules depends upon the kMDItemWhereFroms value in the files metadata.

If I download a file directly (from Keep2Share) the data is correctly set, however if I use JD2 it is not.
While not supported out of the box, you can run a terminal command from eventscripter extension in JD, to add that and/or other extended attributes to the downloaded file.
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