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Old 07.07.2019, 06:59
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Default [XFS] Dropapk.com plugin file size "unknown"

Please update the plugin for dropapk, it has been showing file sizes as "unknown" when they are added to the linkgrabber and downloads category. I just updated but the file sizes for this plugin are still showing as "unknown".
They show the actual file size only when they are auto-generated via my host.
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Old 07.07.2019, 08:58
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Please provide example links.
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Old 08.07.2019, 00:12
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open the website in your browser? it shows NO advertised filesize
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open the website in your browser? it shows NO advertised filesize
Yes it does, just click on the "free download" button on the bottom right hand and it shows the file size, and the url link is exactly the same.
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Next update will find the filesize

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Next update will find the filesize

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when will this update be available?
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Old 09.07.2019, 08:49
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Old 06.08.2019, 23:38
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It appears that sometime today this host made a change which is causing file sizes to show up as "unknown" again in JD2 plugin, it has even affected my 3rd-part host generator, i just opened a ticket with them.

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Old 07.08.2019, 10:50
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works fine here. please know that the host no longer shows the filesize and JDownloader has uses the checklinks api which might not work reliable
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Old 07.08.2019, 16:58
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Yes it does show the size on their website after clicking on the "free download" button. The host made the same change as last month, however, it does not matter now because I just updated and it is now working properly as I had not updated for an entire month since 09.07.2019. I should have updated first:)
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Old 07.08.2019, 19:32
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Thanks for the feedback Sometimes the solution is that easy
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Old 11.08.2019, 03:48
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The problem is that they keep changing their domain which they just did again causing the file size to show as "unknown". The size of their files is now showing directly on their page without having to click on anything. Hopefully the next JD2 update will fix it.

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Old 12.08.2019, 14:39
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Wait for next plugin update.
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