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Old 03.10.2016, 19:56
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Default Cannot Continue after Adding Links - using Dynamic links for subfolders

Hi,
I am using Packagizer to create Dynamic Folders.
Source URL(s) contains - pinterest.com/(.+)/(.+)
Download Directory is set as - I:\TEMP - for Transfers\Pinterest\<jd:source:1>\<jd:source:2>

While testing using a Test URL at the bottom of Packagizer window, it works fine...

But when I add the link using Linkgrabber, it shows an error in Destination directory. Picture attached...

I tried changing Advanced Settings as follows:
GeneralSettings: Create Folder trigger - and set it to when links are added to Downloadlist
LinkGrabberSettings: Subfolder Threshold - I set it to 3
LinkGrabberSettings: Subfolder count - I set it to Names

I tried deleting files from CFG Folder on Packagizer as advised in another post after taking backup, and then again created Packagizer rules..
But it still doesn't work. It's the same as before. The Link grabber does not allow me to continue. Please help. Thanks
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Old 04.10.2016, 17:17
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You cannot use those placeholders in AddLinks Dialog. Please create a Packagizer rule and simply add the links and disable the checkbox *information overwrites packagizer rules* at the bottom in the AddLinks Dialog. You can modify the Packagizer Rule to only match on manually added links (link origin)

For the AddLinks Dialog you need to specify an existing folder or existing parent folder
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Old 05.10.2016, 19:05
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Thanks much Jiaz.
The placeholders came up by themselves in AddLinks Dialog. (Packagizer rule was already on) I deleted the destination folder dialog, kept that field blank..., and disabled the checkbox "information overwrites packagizer rules" as you advised. Now the AddLinks Dialog only takes the root folder, and does not use the dynamically created sub-folders... I am pasting snapshot below.
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Old 05.10.2016, 19:15
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I even tried loading JDownloader with admin rights, but the same result...
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Old 05.10.2016, 20:37
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Illegal characters in path -> /
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Old 06.10.2016, 08:41
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Hi Jiaz. Pls cud u help further on this... It's still not solved.. Thanks
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Old 06.10.2016, 16:45
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Wait for next core update and then readd the links. I've fixed a bug in Packagizer that caused invalid chars in downloadfolder
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Old 06.10.2016, 19:42
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Das Problem lässt sich auch durch Anpassen des regulären Ausdrucks lösen:

Source URL(s) contains - pinterest\.com/(.+)/(.+)/
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Old 07.10.2016, 03:45
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Hi Jiaz, I updated JD, and now the Core Rev no. is 35079. I don't know if this is the one after your correction.
However the problem still remains.
I could not find which 'illegal character' oEFLKQzikCqw was mentioning about. I checked the Packagizer rules, and again tested the Filter Rules. It works perfectly there...
But when I copy the link and use Add New links dialog in Linkgrabber, Linkgrabber by itself shows the destination folder dialog with the wild cards jd:source:1 & 2. It doesn't show the folder names, but the wild card, and the whole thing is in red. and it says 'Pls enter a valid download folder'.
I then, delete and keep that field blank. 'Continue' becomes operational only after that, and when I click on 'continue', it parses the url, and creates the link list.
But the problem is that the destination folder only includes the root folder, and does not include the dynamic sub-folders... I actually find that it creates the folder with the jd:package name after the root..
So, it is functioning like before...
Thanks much for helping. I am sure it will get fixed. I hope I am describing the issue correctly... Previously I was wondering if I was setting something wrong. Thanks again.
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Old 07.10.2016, 03:53
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Hi oEFLKQzikCqw, I changed my Source URL conditions like you said. It is now **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
The conditions are valid and JD Packagizer accepts that.
Also while testing Packagizer filter rules with Source URL, it is working correctly, just like before, and the Download folder displays correctly.
But again when I add link - the same error comes up.
The Download folder shows as I:\TEMP - for Transfers\Pinterest\<jd:source:1>\<jd:source:2> and it says 'Pls enter valid download folder'...
If I delete the entry, and then continue, it sets the download folder as the root folder.
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Old 07.10.2016, 10:20
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The update is not live yet. Once it is live, simply use the packagizer for your download folder
and then add the links.
Issue is an invalid char / at the end of the directory/path.
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Old 08.10.2016, 09:12
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No problems.. Thanks so much... Great to have your support..
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