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Old 25.07.2016, 06:11
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Is there a way to make a button on the toolbar to set download location?
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Old 25.07.2016, 07:20
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What?
Yes, no.

What do you want to do? You can add a button, or a rule (that does it automatically).

More details pls. Thx.
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What exactly do you mean?
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Old 25.07.2016, 20:46
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Sorry for not clarifying. I would like a button here (where the red is in the below image) that, after highlighting a file in the linkgrabber screen, it will take me right to the "Set download location" section. I often want to download files to different directories and for each file I have to right click on it, go to properties, then set download location. This can be cumbersome for doing for multiple files at once. Just trying to cut down on the clicks.

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Old 25.07.2016, 22:54
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You can select multiple packages and set the directory for all of them.
I think, if you need more, than you have to write an eventscripter script.
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Old 26.07.2016, 01:54
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You can select multiple packages and set the directory for all of them.
I think, if you need more, than you have to write an eventscripter script.
I usually have a lot of files and want to set a different directory for each one. Unfortunately don't know how to do that, will have to look into it.
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Old 26.07.2016, 02:28
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event scripter is not practical for this task.

Assuming you can identify the content with rules, package customiser can automatically set different paths based on rules you create.

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I usually have a lot of files and want to set a different directory for each one. Unfortunately don't know how to do that, will have to look into it.
Like raztoki said, I would start with the rules. These are good for many things.
If you need even more you must use the eventscripter. I use it to beautify my packagenames (e.g. remove " - filecrypt.cc" at the end). But for this you have to know javascript at least.
Starting with the rules is a good thing for many jobs. If you dont get it, let's know what exactly you want to do. I'll try to help where I can.
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Old 26.07.2016, 09:27
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if ' - filecrypt.cc' is within packagename or filename (not filename within archive) can be removed by package customiser also.

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Old 26.07.2016, 09:48
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ok, that was just one example. Exactly I have made a button in linkgrabber bar that
- save original packagename to comment
- remove - filecrypt.cc
- remove mov-world.*
- put year 19|20{2}[0-9]{2} in ()
- put xvid|x264|ts|ac3|dts|md|.... in []
and even more. For me it was easier to do this in eventscripter as with a dozen rules.


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BTW: How do I do that? There's option to use regex or something like that??? even if i put <jd:packagename> into the field it does nothing or i get jd_packagename as result.
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@jtcgiants56
1.) customize rightclick context menu, so the *set downloadfolder* action is faster reachable
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2.) assign a shortcut to the action (customize rightclick context menu), so select , press shortkey and voila
or
3.) directly change within your table, simply click into table where the download folder is shown
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Old 26.07.2016, 10:27
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@ds1508:
create packagizer rule, package name contains xy, use regex and then set package name the corrected one
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... set package name the corrected one
Yes, that's the problem. What is the "corrected" one? How do I get that?
The package name changes from package to package. So I need something like regex $1. But I can't write $1 into the new package name, even if I use "(.*) - filecrypt.cc$" in the searchfield, the new name "$1" contains nothing.

And the rule executes only once. If the original package-(archive)name is "45jdbd873hrbdjei34756fjfkekf84ztrjfl", and I copy the name from the webpage, I can't manually start rule-checks. But I can always click my eventscripter button.
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Old 26.07.2016, 10:45
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For example one Packagizer Rule that matches on packagename *(hello) and change to *. so that rule will cut of hello from all packagenames
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Ok, thx, I'll try this later, maybe. ATM I got my script that corrects more than 15 things. I'll keep my rules-list slim and short.
But, good to know, how to do it. Thx.
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Hm, sry @Jiaz. The rule does not work. Tried with and without RegEx Btn on. Package name does not change.
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Old 26.07.2016, 11:42
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of course that will not work I was just giving an example , not an actual rule
package name contains- (.*?)mov-world, enable regex
set package name: <jd:orgpackagename:1>
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@jtcgiants56
1.) customize rightclick context menu, so the *set downloadfolder* action is faster reachable
or
2.) assign a shortcut to the action (customize rightclick context menu), so select , press shortkey and voila
or
3.) directly change within your table, simply click into table where the download folder is shown
Thank you Jiaz, this is exactly what I was looking for. Will save me a lot of time for sure

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