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Old 30.10.2020, 02:45
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Default How can I set a fixed quantity of files per package?

Hello, I wanted to ask if there is a way to download 1, 2, 3... files per package, so I can download 1 file from each package (ej.) so I don't have to wait to download the next package while the first one is downloading (2 or more packages parallel download). Thanks a lot.
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Old 30.10.2020, 04:24
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its not a function of JDownloader at this time, but you could create a means todo this within event scripter
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Old 30.10.2020, 04:58
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woa... thanks, It's difficult for me to start learning the script language used by jdownloader (I did check it). Thanks for the sugestion, but... could you help me with the script?

shoud I ask in the script thread?

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Old 30.10.2020, 12:12
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I'm sorry but currently it's not possible to set limits on package level
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Old 30.10.2020, 12:12
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Yes, please ask in thread for help!
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Old 30.10.2020, 20:08
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btw congratz for the app and thanks a lot for your work
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Old 30.10.2020, 20:22
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Soo many tickets Many are *forgotten* in history but also a sign for *not much demand*
I'm not saying that this is no *useful/good* feature but more of a power feature
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Old 30.10.2020, 21:03
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if you have a premium account, various hard drives and want to minimize fragmentation while downloading multiple files, it would be a very useful option
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Old 02.11.2020, 12:15
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JDownloader uses Sparse Files for downloading, that means that parallel downloads on the same drive will end in higher fragmentation. For archives that's no big problem because they are extracted.
Fragmentation should not have that large impact on the overall performance. You can try to increase
Settings->Advanced Settings->GeneralSettings.maxbuffersize to have larger writes
eg set to 4096
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Old 02.11.2020, 19:27
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ok, thanks a lot
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Old 02.11.2020, 19:31
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