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Old 22.05.2020, 11:32
James James is offline
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Default MultiUp Hoster Prioritization

if I click on the MultiUp-Link (copy to clipboard) LinkGrabber allows me to delete or disable all links on the right (very useful)
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is there a way of permanently prioritizing which hosters will get used first, I think at the moment JD uses hosters that have resume capabilities but with modern internet speeds 500mb can be downloaded in a few minutes or less.

atm, I'm having to disable hosters known to be slow in the LinkGrabber menu then adding the download package and having to go through each rar archive and manually disable the hosters that start fast but slow down once my IP has reached their limit which is ok on a release that has say 6-7 hosters with 20 rars but becomes a problem what you have 70-100 rar files.
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Old 22.05.2020, 13:27
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You're already doing it right by just deselecting such hosters.

What you could do is to e.g. use a packagizer rule to auto set higher priority for hosts you know will have better download speeds:

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