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Old 09.10.2019, 15:43
aur0n aur0n is offline
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Default Is it possible to make destination folders based on specific rules?

Hi,
I was wondering if there is any setting or plugin that would allow me to download files in specific folders based on the downloaded file(s) names (maybe also allowing * wilcard).

What I mean is:
  • If filename contains "*walking*dead*", download in folder in "C:\SomeTvSeriesName\s10"
  • If filename ends with "*.iso" download in folder "C:\ISO_Files"
  • Any other case, download in "C:\Downloads"

Thanks!

Last edited by raztoki; 10.10.2019 at 02:10.
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Old 09.10.2019, 15:59
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You can create packagizer rules (Settings > Packagizer) for the first two examples. If no matching rules are found, the files will be automatically downloaded to the default download folder, so you can specify "c:\Downloads" as the default in "Settings > General > Download Folder".

You can also use regular expressions in packagizer, to create complex patterns to match/capture (instead of using just static strings), and later use them in other fields.
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Old 10.10.2019, 16:37
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