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Old 23.09.2019, 10:23
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Default Max chunks per website?

I want to leave my default chunks to 8, but on some pay-sites, it starts acting odd if you use too many chunks due to their connection limitations.

Is there a way to set custom chunks for certain websites?
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Old 23.09.2019, 13:28
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Is there a way to set custom chunks for certain websites?
Can create packagizer rules to set chunks on per site basis.
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Old 23.09.2019, 16:22
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package customiser rules are the easiest like mgpai has mentioned

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Old 23.09.2019, 22:43
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Old 23.09.2019, 23:09
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On the packagizer rule, I have the below example for "DownloadURL contains" and if these are in the URL set to 1 chunk. But DL URLs are still using my default chunk count. I moved it to the top of my rules. I'm not sure if I need to make multiple rules for different URLs or my commas are off.

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'Example1','Test2','Hello3'
Edit: even using one at a time, just having "exampletest" in DownloadURL Contains for below URL, when testing on the bottom of this page it confirms it matches but it still dls multiple chunks

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Old 24.09.2019, 01:31
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It does work as I use it heavily on my home system.
you need a rule that matches, then add the links to linkgrabber. Existing links within linkgrabber prior to the rule wont have the chunk value applied.
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Old 24.09.2019, 03:36
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It does work as I use it heavily on my home system.
you need a rule that matches, then add the links to linkgrabber. Existing links within linkgrabber prior to the rule wont have the chunk value applied.
I figured it out. Apparently it was redirecting to another download url when it started the dl. Adding that worked.
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Old 24.09.2019, 11:06
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Thanks @raztoki for help
@heydoh: you can also make use of regex. just ask if you need help with this
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Old 24.09.2019, 19:25
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Thanks all
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