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Old 19.12.2013, 17:06
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I would like to know if it is possible to set JDownloader to automatically move downloaded files to a different (external) drive after their download has completed. I am often away from home for extended periods of time, so very often I cannot be at the computer to move the files by hand. Automation of such a function would greatly help in preventing my rather small internal HDD from running out of space while downloading. My external drives still have plenty of space left. I think it's not wise to download directly to an external drive, as it may easily overheat due to the lack of an active cooling system on the external drive, which will eventually kill the drive.

So it would be great to have such a function in JDownloader.
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Old 19.12.2013, 17:09
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JDownloader 2 BETA -> Settings -> Packagizer

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Old 19.12.2013, 19:41
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Thanks, psp.

However, at the moment this is not really a solution for me, as JD2 is not yet in its stable final state. I'd probably give it a try if I'd be able to attend my computer more frequently to learn how to use it and to react to unexpected problems, but for now I think it'll be wiser to wait for the release of the stable version of JD2.
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Old 11.11.2014, 20:59
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I would like a feature like in uTorrent.
In uTorrent I set a location where to download all torrents i.e a folder named "DOWNLOAD", then uTorrent automatically move all folder of all completed torrent in a new location, i.e. a folder named "COMPLETED". This option move all folder and subfolder.
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Old 11.11.2014, 21:06
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As said, use JD2 and/or set an extraction path - it's all possible already!

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