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Old 08.05.2015, 21:13
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Default error: "you added an archive that has several parts"

For a few weeks now I've geeting this error.

When I add a multi-part download I get the message, "you added an archive that has several parts". Then it offers me to add them to the download list anyway. I do, but it treats them separate files, and I have to manually extract the .rar.

Yes, I am adding all the parts (the error occurs for each individual part. So, if I add three parts, I get three error messages).

I am adding all parts within a timely manner. Within a second or two.

This is a relatively new error. I've been using MJD2 since the begging and never had a problem with mult-parts.
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Old 08.05.2015, 21:59
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Please post a log and some example links.
This might be a bug as you should only get this message if you e.g. try to add parts 1,3,4,5 and #2 is missing.

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Old 09.05.2015, 08:36
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I created a screencast of my adding a 4 part uploaded.net file.
You can't see me right-clicking and adding it to the JD2, but you can see the message in JD2 telling me there are more parts etc.

https://goo.gl/JklKbk
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Old 09.05.2015, 08:48
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ok so your using webui/my jd extension?

the links seem to add to indivual packages, they need to be in the same package in order for the part detection to work as intended.

not sure if its the result of how you add it, since the files have the same filename normally should be packaged together!

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Old 09.05.2015, 10:27
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Can you please send the links to support@jdownloader.org? Then I can try to reproduce.
How do you add the links? I cannot see how this happens? Rightclick and MyJDownloader Extension or how?

The reason is the links must be in same Package so JD can detect them. And now we need to find out why this does not work.
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Old 10.05.2015, 08:25
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I've determined that this only happens when using the chrome extension to add files. When I enter them direct to JD2 software or via web interface then it groups the package together correctly.
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Old 10.05.2015, 10:23
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Can you please send the links to support@jdownloader.org?
Then I can reproduce the issue locally and better find the cause/fix it.
So only adding via Chrome Extension causes the issue?
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Old 11.05.2015, 06:52
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I sent you two links via email

Yes, it only happens with the Chrome extension.
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Old 11.05.2015, 10:20
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we will check/fix this as soon as possible
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Old 11.05.2015, 11:35
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@mptpro
Thanks for the report!
Page title was used as packagename, which is now obsolete and I removed it.
Next update will fix the issue!
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Old 11.05.2015, 11:42
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Will be released this week
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Old 12.05.2015, 21:17
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danke!
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