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Old 11.09.2013, 10:18
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Default archive extractor-like package folder for links?

Suppose I have a package named "Very useful name" containing a link called "oUeEtT.pdf". Once the package is downloaded, I end up with oUeEtT.pdf on the disk, and I have no way to recover "Very Useful name".

Is there a way to place downloaded links in their own folder? Or is there a way to control the final filename?

I'm currently post-processing the 2 JSON files (package list, link list) that can be obtained via the API, then searching for existing files, then renaming them. But I think this could be useful to more people.
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Old 11.09.2013, 17:54
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You can set subfolders by packagename.
See general option for that under Settings -> Packagizer or individual setting when choosing the download destination.

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Old 21.01.2014, 22:09
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this packagizer rule should solve the issue:

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