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Old 26.04.2013, 02:34
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Default How do I save single files in separate folders?

Hi,

When I add links for files that aren't split into multiple files, LinkGrabber collects them into a package called "Various Files". When the files are downloaded, they end up in a folder called "Various Files".

I usually add a lot of links at a time, and when the extraction is done, the "Various Files" folder is a big mess. How do I save these files into separate folders, one for each file?

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Old 26.04.2013, 02:47
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Try to using several convinations, for example:

1. You can use the packagizer, creating a rule according to do that you want.
2. Set in the advanced option linkgrabbersettings.variouspackagelimit = 0
3. Or disable the advanced option LinkgrabberSettings.autopackagematchingcorrectionenabled
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Old 26.04.2013, 04:56
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Try to using several convinations, for example:

1. You can use the packagizer, creating a rule according to do that you want.
2. Set in the advanced option linkgrabbersettings.variouspackagelimit = 0
3. Or disable the advanced option LinkgrabberSettings.autopackagematchingcorrectionenabled
I tried option 2. It seems to do exactly what I was looking for but for some reason the download won't start. I think the error might have something to do with creating the folder for the download. I'll look into it more tomorrow.

Thanks for replying!
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Old 26.04.2013, 05:15
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Thanks for your feedback. If the problem persist, please explain how to recreate your issue, to check If it's a JD2 problem.
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Old 26.04.2013, 16:08
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and if canceled the auto decompression?
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Old 08.05.2013, 20:13
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Disabling Packagizer did the job.
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Old 08.05.2013, 20:22
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If you don't want to disable the Packagizer, you can activate/enable the default rule of the > packagizer
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