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Old 17.07.2017, 04:06
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that's because they are not valid rar extension formatting
you will need to rename them to .rar

you could use regular expression in the search bar say '.+(?!\.rar)', that will find all thats not rar
linkgrabber side panel will also have 'file types' they wont fall under anything so be placed in 'others'
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Old 17.07.2017, 17:18
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You can enforce JDownloader to *eat* those urls either
1.) copy and PASTE into JDownloader
2.) drag and DROP into JDownloader
3.) teach JDownloader to auto add those file extensions with normal copy and AddLinks Dialog and JDownloader will ask to deep decrypt them
4.) use Linkcrawler rules to teach JDownloader those file extensions
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Old 18.07.2017, 02:35
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i added a rule in linkgrabber filter: Views/File type is custom type: *.r_r,*.rar0

still dont add those links, i checked others and does not have those links

any ideas?
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Old 18.07.2017, 02:53
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the rule is doing nothing, i also added some more parameters, like download url contain: *.r_r *.rar0 and come from clipboard, this do nothing, only work in download tab down under where says Add new links / add and deep analyze links from clipboard
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Old 18.07.2017, 09:01
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Linkgrabber Filter is a rule to FILTER links, not to add support for links

Please see my 4 options to add those links
https://board.jdownloader.org/showpo...2&postcount=22
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Old 18.07.2017, 10:06
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understood, but what about adding support for links with unknown files type?

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Old 18.07.2017, 10:36
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Works the same way. r_r or rar0 is an unknown file type/extension
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Old 18.07.2017, 13:20
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where can i set a rule for this case or future ones.... ?

so far only deep link extraction seems to work


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Old 18.07.2017, 13:23
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The most easiest one is to use the auto learn function
Just copy the url with unsupported file extension and click AddLinks Dialog, then continue and JDownloader will ask to deep decrypt.
Now it should have auto learned the extension and you can find the rule in
Settings-Advanced Settings-LinkCrawler.linkcrawlerrules
there you can also modify the rule set and add your own rules

Use board search for more information and examples.
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Old 19.07.2017, 01:09
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i don't see option to modify it or '"add rules" only a check mark to activate/deactivate


see: http://imgur.com/a/YHI9p
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Old 19.07.2017, 03:47
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rule below active is empty { }

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Old 19.07.2017, 04:08
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how you add a rule there?

it was supposed to learn and the rule will be there, it's obvious this needs to be feed manually

the rule should be something generic, i believe will be better a plugin, once activated will add links with unknown file extensions , user most activated for the needs

thanks in advance

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Old 19.07.2017, 05:03
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Jiaz implied that it should be auto added to crawler rule. Need to wait for his response.

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Old 19.07.2017, 15:01
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Thanks for the example links. Please wait for next core update, then auto learn will work for your links as well.
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thanks you all for every support and such great program JD (The Best) !!!!
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