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Old 15.01.2024, 18:16
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Default [Technical limitation] Coomer.su & kemono.su uploader in filename

Is there a dynamic variable for uploader for these websites? '<jd:prop:uploader>' doesn't seem to work.

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Old 16.01.2024, 13:48
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Is there a dynamic variable for uploader for these websites?
At this moment, no - only for the user id, called "userid".

Technical background:
The public API we are using does not return any username field.
Random example:
Code:
kemono.su/patreon/user/4570788
--> API call:
Code:
kemono.su/api/v1/patreon/user/4570788
API docs:
Code:
kemono.su/api/schema
Please contact the kemono.su support and ask them to include a "username" field in that API response then we can add support for this.
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Old 16.01.2024, 17:43
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"userid"
That actually works for my intended purpose. Thanks.
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Old 16.01.2024, 17:48
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One more question about kemono.su properties; the "<jd:prop:date>" property formats the date like this, for example "2024-01-13T19_15_45" is there any way to remove the time so it would just be "2024-01-13"?

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Old 23.01.2024, 12:55
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Currently not.
You can either use external tools to re-format that date when the download is done or use an EventScripter script to do it inside JDownloader.

EventScripter forum thread:
https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=70525
EventScripter help article:
https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...event-scripter


Feel free to join the discussion about a more flexible JDownloader renaming system for the future here:
https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=90744
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