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Old 29.04.2020, 03:25
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I have about 62,000 direct files, they come in .txt file (each row is a link).

Currently, I need to be in the LinkGrabber, then I add the links via copy/paste that takes me easily 10 mins, then I click 'continue' which actually adds the links, and another 5-10 mins (I disabled link checking). Then I click add all links to downloads, which is another 5-10 mins.

Would it be possible to just browse for the texfile, then have a seamless button that automatically adds them to the download queue instead of all those middle steps?
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Old 29.04.2020, 05:23
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- you can add links via folder/directory watch extension in files called *.crawljob **
- you can add links via the my.jdownloader api via json commands, you will need your own program to communicate and send links. **

- you can add a crawler rule to support txt file or what ever extension you want and deep analyse see: https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=70907
https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=77614
- continue the way you are now.

you can auto confirm & start downloads via quick settings in linkgrabber side panel. click the screwdriver X spanner.
** == has its own ability to control specific links and actions (auto confirm / start download)

note: linkchecking disabled is a function of hoster plugins, if there is a decrypter plugin or crawler task for that url it will still do pre-processing prior to hitting linkgrabber.

lots of urls requires resources keep that in mind (referenced in url above).

hope that helps.
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Old 29.04.2020, 12:56
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Copy/Paste or Drag/Drop the txt file into JDownloader should also work just fine.
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Old 29.04.2020, 12:57
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Then I click add all links to downloads, which is another 5-10 mins.
Sounds like your JDownloader runs out of memory! That small number of links should only take few seconds to add to downloadlist. Make sure to provide/allow enough memory to Java! Search forum for vmoptions
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Old 01.09.2020, 17:17
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- you can add links via folder/directory watch extension in files called *.crawljob **
- you can add links via the my.jdownloader api via json commands, you will need your own program to communicate and send links. **

- you can add a crawler rule to support txt file or what ever extension you want and deep analyse see: **External links are only visible to Support Staff**...
**External links are only visible to Support Staff**...
- continue the way you are now.

you can auto confirm & start downloads via quick settings in linkgrabber side panel. click the screwdriver X spanner.
** == has its own ability to control specific links and actions (auto confirm / start download)

note: linkchecking disabled is a function of hoster plugins, if there is a decrypter plugin or crawler task for that url it will still do pre-processing prior to hitting linkgrabber.

lots of urls requires resources keep that in mind (referenced in url above).

hope that helps.
Sorry it's been a hot minute.

I'm looking at the "Folder Watch" section in jdownloader and have no idea how to use it..

I also clicked those two links you posted and have no idea how to get that working for a textfile.
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Old 02.09.2020, 12:06
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Hi,

please search our forum first - you will find some basic examples!

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Old 23.10.2021, 22:58
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Copy/Paste or Drag/Drop the txt file into JDownloader should also work just fine.
are u sure about this ? does not work for me at all
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Old 25.10.2021, 13:11
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@baracus: can you provide example file to support@jdownloader.org
most likely the links are not supported and do require a linkcrawler rule, see
https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...kcrawler-rules
as an alternative you can also place your links into a crawljob file (use board search)
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