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Old 25.10.2012, 22:42
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Default Possible not to use "package" names?

Is it possible to not group downloads in package names, and just have each file shown singly?
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Old 25.10.2012, 22:51
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No.

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Old 05.11.2012, 20:13
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+1 for this request.
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Old 06.11.2012, 02:32
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In what plain? linkgrabber does group, takes files out of say offline and places them together if there are more than one file of the same name together. Once added to download tab, they are treated as separate entities, and has been designed in that manner. At this stage you can not merge packages (other highlight & click and drag into another package). You can turn off single packages displays within the gui, so just files show up in the advanced options. You can also enable/disable various package.
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Old 06.11.2012, 18:15
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In what plain? linkgrabber does group, takes files out of say offline and places them together if there are more than one file of the same name together.
I understand why software needs this structure.

I also understand it might not be possible to change the behaviour at this stage (or simply dev might not want it which is also ok).

However I believe that such a feature would be nice because in most scenarios multiple single files are downloaded rather than packages which consists of multiple files. (At least this is the case for me). So you end up with a download window like this:

- Various Files
Video File 1. mkv
- Various Files
Video File 2. mkv
- Various Files
Video File 3. mkv
- Various Files
Video File 4. mkv

"Various Files" package name is quite redundant in a scenario like this when you don't DL packages but seperate files.

Yes technically it might be needed due to package download feature but IMHO it would be nice to omit Package Name in download screen when downloaded file actually it is NOT a package but a single file.
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Old 06.11.2012, 20:00
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Currently you can check the Advanced Setting for:

GraphicalUserInterfaceSettings.hidesinglechildpackages

This shows the file only rather that package and file.

Just note the following unfixed bugs since this was implemented months ago:

• The Start Downloads button does not work on single downloads in this mode. You need to right-click them and start them to move them from Linkgrabber.

• Dragging and dropping them to change their position doesn't work correctly either, and usually results in them being inserted into another package if you're dropping it near one.


Also there's a setting to remove the Various Files package and always use an individual package named after the single file itself. I'm not sure if I'm remember the correct setting for that, but I think it might be setting the following to zero.

GeneralSettings.variouspackagelimit

and / or

GeneralSettings.subfolderthreshold
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Old 07.11.2012, 09:37
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Currently you can check the Advanced Setting for:

GraphicalUserInterfaceSettings.hidesinglechildpackages
Thanks for the heads up. This is exactly what I was talking about!

Now if these bugs you mentioned is fixed, it will be great to use it.
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Old 07.11.2012, 16:55
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that's the one! sorry forgot to post the setting names.
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