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Old 26.02.2016, 19:47
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Is there any way to stop jdownloader from grabbing nzb files from the clipboard? I prefer to leave the clipboard function on at all times and still be able to cut and paste nzb files on my computer.
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Old 26.02.2016, 20:39
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Setup a LinkFilter in Settings
SourceURL contains .nzb
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Old 26.02.2016, 20:40
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Old 06.03.2016, 23:00
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I encountered this today too, and at first I thought I had malware on my machine, which targeted nzb-files.
Processing .nzbs is a nice feature, but then hard-deleting after parsing them isn't a good decision, imho. IIRC the same is happening with dlc-files.

I would have never assumed that LinkFilter would apply to clipboard-operations from within file-managers. Is there a way to disable NZB-handling without messing with the LinkFilter-menu? There's no way to see what a filter does after setting it, which isn't very user-friendly.

EDIT: Disregard the first part, apparently I've set JD2 to delete containers without asking a long time ago. PEBKAC.

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Old 07.03.2016, 02:34
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linkgrabber filters are way to block POST plugin tasks, this is needed because tasks have to be done at times to determine filename/filesize etc.
settings > linkgrabber filter > add filter rule > file type > custom type > nbz

auto deleting after loading is a container setting
settings > advanced settings > GeneralSettings.deletecontainerfilesafteraddingthemaction
there are many container related settings,
settings > advanced settings > filter 'container'

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Old 07.03.2016, 09:46
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Linkfilters process everything you add/copy/paste to JDownloader.
Please create a rule like raztoki gave an example for.
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