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Old 21.05.2016, 11:24
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Default JD2 - about linkgrabber

Good morning!

just a few questions as today I'm cleaning up my PC! (I swear,.. I hope..)

- is it possible to stop 'on the fly' JD starting to import, test all links in a .dlc file when I am only copy/cut/past/mov-ing backup files? (without deactivating/reactivating linkgrabber)

- when I copy many links in the clipboards to keep them in JD, lingrabber seems to be rapidly overloaded, especially when those link are 'protected' (like dl-protect, etc). Is it a way to increase its buffer?

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Old 21.05.2016, 12:50
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Hi noone1,

first, you can abort linkgrabbing at the bottom right corner of the linkgrabber:


You can increase JD's general buffer size in the advanced settings (just search for "buffer") but as this setting affects JD's buffer size in general, I am unsure whether it will affect linkgrabbing in particular. Please only change these settings if you know exactly how they function.


Anyway, I can't confirm any performance issues on linkgrabbing, even when copying many links at once.

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Old 21.05.2016, 13:36
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