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Old 09.11.2015, 03:04
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Default how to save all downloaded files in one folder ?

I just downloaded Jdownloader 2Beta and it works fine.
but I got a problem. If I download mp4 files (f.e. from Youtube) the downloader creates a new folder for every single download (link). how to change that ? I want to save all downloads in only one folder.

Also I have another question: is there any way to rename the downloaded files (not the folder. I dont need these folders and if I cant save all files in the same folder I will just delete the folder) quickly ? like pressing f2 in the widows explorer.

thanks for help.
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Old 09.11.2015, 03:31
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settings > packagiser > default rule: sub directory as package name (covered numerous times on the forum, should be easily found by search). You can highlight all the packages and change the download directory, it will auto move the content.
settings > advanced settings >
GeneralSettings.renamefilesifdownloadlinknamechangesenabled (enabled by default)
GeneralSettings.movefilesifdownloaddestinationchangesenabled (enabled by default)

f2 works in jdownloader also, or you can use right click context menus
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Old 09.11.2015, 10:07
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For the folder thing, please see
JD-Dev & Server-Admin
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