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Old 02.12.2017, 23:59
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I give up, going in circles.

JD already supports the feature you want, you need to format it yourself before (as stated numerous times) adding the link to clipboard or JD via other means (apis). It will adopt the filename you want via that means. Do this via external program or manually yourself.

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Thank you for the info of the direct link i will try it for some cases.
But here, as i said, there is no schema since the names are specified case by case.
That's why i propose to create a special file containing the names that must be assigned to the files found.
This is even more for when the links are not supported by jd2 and therefore without a real name ;-)
Did you even try what we suggested?
It works perfectly fine. And does exactly what you want.
You add an link in format url#name=xy and JDOwnloader will assign xy to that url.
The exact same as adding url and then assign xy via any manual provided file. In both cases you have to edit a file/provide the filenames
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Old 05.12.2017, 23:26
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Hello

Yes, i tried it and thank you very much, it works well

I take advantage that you reopened the topic to apologize :-/
I did not understand what you were explaining to me
Sorry for making you waste your time

Thanks again
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Old 06.12.2017, 11:17
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Thanks for the feedback! Please know that you can do so much more that way. You could also assign priority, different folder, packagenames ....
You did not *waste* our time when you finally got it working!
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Old 06.12.2017, 21:02
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Thanks a lot :-)
Mgpai taught me a lot for that and more !
You talk about wildcards, it's actually very practical, but you also talk about priorities, how do you do with this technique ?
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Old 07.12.2017, 10:55
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Better tell us what you want to achieve and we answer how/if it can be done
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Old 07.12.2017, 15:13
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Nothing special, it's just to learn
In general I understood how to do but to manage the priority via this technical I would like to know ;-)
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Old 07.12.2017, 16:10
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You could add additional information in URL for example
#priority=HIGH&name=name
then you can check for sourceURLs contains #priority=HIGH
In that case you've got to update the existing rule for name parsing as well.

You can do a lot, too many to provide examples for all of them
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Old 07.12.2017, 21:22
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Ok thank you

No problem, I just wanted an example for this particular case ...
Is there a tutorial or a list of these cases?

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