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Old 30.06.2020, 23:46
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Question Any way to keep the FULL mega folder structure?

So, folder looks like this:

Mega Folder
Folder a
----Folder a1
-------Folder a1-a
---------Folder a1-a1
---------Folder a1-a2
-------Folder a1-b
---------Folder a1-b1
---------Folder a1-b2
----Folder a2
Folder b
----Folder b1

and so and so... Folder structure goes up to 6 layers deep.

And for the life of me I cant get it to work, jdownloader just goes to the last folder and creates that, so I have

Folder a1-a1
Folder a1-a2
Folder a1-b1

And so and so.. Ill add the link for clarification

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is there any way for jdownloader to keep the folder structure completely intact? Ive been using the mega downloader because if not, organizing this would be absolute hell.. But Im up for going back to jdownloader if its possible
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Old 01.07.2020, 07:01
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believe JD will preserve directory structure, based on your imported url.
it does this with settings > package customiser > adopt directory structure (assuming its enabled and you have't bypassed package customiser rules when adding url)

I assume it only works for a url that you import and children directories and not for parent directories. so under your example if you import 'mega folder' it will have everything accordingly. but if you import 'folder a1-b2' it will just have that directory without any parent linage.
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