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Old 17.04.2015, 02:29
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Nein noch nicht.
This clearly still isn't solved. If anything, this matter is now regressing backwards in time. The recent improvements and the many posts herein have brought us back to where we started: dialogs, prompts, restarts, and focus-stealing click-seekers are all out again in full attention-grabbing force. Perhaps I've underestimated the difficulty of solving this problem.

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Old 17.04.2015, 09:33
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The fix is live since yesterday. All versions equal or higher than
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Old 17.04.2015, 16:04
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The fix is live since yesterday. All versions equal or higher thanshould be fine.
Thank you very much for your efforts.
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Old 17.04.2015, 19:02
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@Mica86: downloade dir installer.jdownloader.org/JDownloader.jar und leg die Datei in deinen JD ordner. Danach lösche Core.jar, dann sollte es wieder klappen
Vielen Dank!!

Hast mir das Wochenende gerettet
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Old 17.04.2015, 19:13
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Gibts weitere Probleme?
Are there still problems with the update settings??
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Old 17.04.2015, 23:45
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Gibts weitere Probleme?
Are there still problems with the update settings??
Kommt Zeit, kommt Rat, kommt Augenblick...

So far, so good. Things have certainly taken a turn for the better!
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Old 18.04.2015, 11:49
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@psp

Ich weiß nicht, ob das hier jetzt her gehört, aber das hier (https://board.jdownloader.org/showpo...&postcount=265) beschriebene Verhalten mit den Updates besteht immer noch.
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Old 18.04.2015, 13:30
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@tarkett

are running above the version of

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The fix is live since yesterday. All versions equal or higher than
should be fine.
?? otherwise getting to that version would still have the issue ??

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Old 18.04.2015, 14:00
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Yes, I have a newer Version and get the same problem.

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Old 18.04.2015, 14:32
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@tarkett

so you're using via the webui?? and headless? this thread is more about dialogs in JD GUI and not headless.

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Old 18.04.2015, 14:43
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@raztoki

Yes, both is correct. And the problem only appears in headless mode.

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Old 18.04.2015, 14:48
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@tarkett

thanks, but as I understand settings in jd gui apply to gui settings not webui.

Wait for coalado or jiaz to respond accordingly.
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Old 20.04.2015, 09:25
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@tarkett: Ich hab Coalado informiert. Er wird sich dann mit dir in Verbindung setzen
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Old 11.05.2015, 12:01
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The latest quirk related to updates:

On start of JD, the familiar update dialog launches, which in turn eventually launches another dialog which informs:

"You already have the latest version".

This dialog then has to be closed manually.

I don't imagine that this behaviour is intended; certainly I'd prefer not to have to interact with this dialog every time I launch JD.

The above behaviour has been ongoing for the last two days.

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Old 11.05.2015, 12:05
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no core updates since friday last, but no changes to the update settings or interface since 16 April
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Old 11.05.2015, 12:06
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Can you please provide screenshots?
There should be no dialogs at all at startup about updates!
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Old 11.05.2015, 15:41
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Can you please provide screenshots?
There should be no dialogs at all at startup about updates!
Yesterday I ran JD only once and did not restart; today I've launched it twice.

The update dialog emerged on start of JD yesterday and on the first start of JD today. The dialog did not occur on re-start or on exit + restart. Perhaps the dialog(s) run only once daily?

I will follow up with screenshots if/when the dialog(s) run on startup of JD tomorrow; likewise if this happens on any start of JD.


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@Super JD
no core updates since friday last, but no changes to the update settings or interface since 16 April
I may not have run JD since before Thursday/Friday - and certainly not on Saturday.

Perhaps the following is of help: I recall having seen the "You already have the current version" dialog previously, and that I likewise had to click to close it. It did not occur on back-to-back days, or repeatedly, and so it did not strike me as a significant enough bother.
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Old 11.05.2015, 15:46
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Do you close JD normally or use shutdown of Windows? and let it kill JD?
Waiting for the dialogs, thanks for the feedback
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Old 11.05.2015, 15:49
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this needs this feature:

When one clicks the stop button -- put this option in:
would you like to quit after the running downloads have finished? if you stop now then your will lose x amount of data that is not able to be gotten.

the the appropriate buttons.

because if you stop it all you got to pick from is lose the data or keep it running -- put a function or procedure in there to make it so that when it is down with the current downloading of files then it will shut down that way no data loss at all
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Old 11.05.2015, 15:51
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where are the instructions to start up this Jdownloader from a cold start off of the command line (Linux)

Code:
Start java -jar -Xmx512m JDownloader.jar in /home/userx/.jd
bash: Start: command not found
userx@crunchbangerz:~$  java -jar -Xmx512m JDownloader.jar in /home/userx/.jdError: Unable to access jarfile JDownloader.jar
userx@crunchbangerz:~$ java -jar  JDownloader.jar in /home/userx/.jdError: Unable to access jarfile JDownloader.jar
userx@crunchbangerz:~$ java -jar  JDownloader.jar 
Error: Unable to access jarfile JDownloader.jar
userx@crunchbangerz:~$ java -jar  JDownloader
Error: Unable to access jarfile JDownloader
userx@crunchbangerz:~$ java JDownloader
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