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Old 04.10.2019, 17:52
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Default after my JD2 updated yesterday, every new file creates a new folder, how to stop it?

after my JD2 updated yesterday, every new file creates a new folder

If I download 10 files, 10 new folders get created in the download folder. :(

how to stop it?

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Old 04.10.2019, 17:57
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Enable/Disable the JDownloader "Create a subfolder for each package" feature
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Old 04.10.2019, 18:03
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oh, I completely forgot about that...

but the strange thing is that I have not made any changes in my setting menus... I've used JD2 for a few years and that setting just changed on its own when JD2 got updated yesterday.... oh well.. now it's back to normal.

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Old 05.10.2019, 04:37
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hmm updates should not cause this. strange
Just update myself and default rule stayed disabled.
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Old 07.10.2019, 17:56
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@potove: updates don't change settings but we cannot tell if other applications like firewall/av/xy may have interfered with the update
In case this happens again/more often, please report back
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