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Old 15.12.2017, 10:23
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Default gDrive subfolders moved to root folder

Hey guys

I've noticed when I add a gDrive folder, with subfolders and everything, jDownloader moves all subfolders to the root folder... please, take a look

this is how is in gDrive



and this is how jDownloader decrypts the link



This is the link from the images

https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...01obXBHWHVHQzg



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Old 15.12.2017, 20:42
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Screenshot shows that all is okay!
Each folder has its own package but the download folder has correct subfolder structure.
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Old 15.12.2017, 20:43
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You can see the structure in *save to* column
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Old 21.02.2018, 20:40
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Hey Jiaz...

now I got what is wrong..... please, follow the instructions

1- copy the link
2- click to abort the Link Grabber and clear everything it was already decrypted... leave everything empty
3- go to ""add new links"" > create a new folder and ask JD to save all files into this folder
4- click on Continue

Notice all subfolders will be part of root folder and not sub of sub of subfolder ...

take this another link to try it out...

https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...NRTp3Bk7XxN7-9

now I understand why it was going wrong with me and ok with you =)


Please, follow the steps and see if it working for you like this.... and please, try to use the link provided here for a better understanding =)


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Old 22.02.2018, 13:08
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Reason is that the default Packagizer Rules for Packagename/Subfolder only worked for default Downloadpath and not customized ones (eg AddLinks Dialog)
Please wait for next core update, then it should work.
Please check that you have disabled the *Overrite packagizer rules* checkbox in AddLinks Dialog
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Old 22.02.2018, 15:52
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Reason is that the default Packagizer Rules for Packagename/Subfolder only worked for default Downloadpath and not customized ones (eg AddLinks Dialog)
Please wait for next core update, then it should work.
Please check that you have disabled the *Overrite packagizer rules* checkbox in AddLinks Dialog
Is enabled by default.... do I should uncheck it?
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Old 22.02.2018, 15:57
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You must disable it so the Packagizer Rule that is handling the subfolder stuff gets applied
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Old 22.02.2018, 17:46
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You must disable it so the Packagizer Rule that is handling the subfolder stuff gets applied
Unchecked and jD didn't quite catch.... it saved the packages on jD default folder instead the selected folder....

Please, follow the steps

- copy the link
- go to jD, abort the linkGrabber
- click in "add new links"
- create a new folder and set to download to this folder
- uncheck the ""Information...."" checkbox
- click Continue

notice all packages are in the default jD folder instead the one you selected... right?

Is this the right behavior when I uncheck that box?


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Old 22.02.2018, 18:32
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Please make sure JDownloader is up2date.
Works fine for me!
Settings-Packagizer-Adopts folder Structure must be enabled
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Old 22.02.2018, 20:28
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Please make sure JDownloader is up2date.
Works fine for me!
Settings-Packagizer-Adopts folder Structure must be enabled
Edit by Jiaz: see my comment/solution

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Old 22.02.2018, 20:34
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Now I understand
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Old 22.02.2018, 20:49
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Now I understand
Uhuuu =)
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Old 22.02.2018, 21:01
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I'm sorry but it's more complicated than I first thought.

First you've got to disable the Predefined rules for *Create subfolder* and *Adopt folder structure*
as they will match and modify the resulting download directory

Then you've got to add a new rule that supports customized (non default) download folder and append the structure

-sourceURL -> contains -> google
-link origin -> is -> AddLinksAction (you can add others as well)
then set
-download directory -> <jd:append>/<jd:subfolderbyplugin>

I've reverted my previous changes on default rules to avoid changing behaviour for all other user.
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Old 22.02.2018, 21:25
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did I make it right?

I think I might have done wrong when I set the folder.... it should be like this?



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Old 22.02.2018, 21:26
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set Downloadfolder - <jd:append>/<jd:subfolderbyplugin>
In case this doesn't work, I have to recheck on windows machine tomorrow
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Old 22.02.2018, 21:27
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and I forgot this one



is disabled like this... right?
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Old 22.02.2018, 21:31
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saved after that


decrypted
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Old 23.02.2018, 10:14
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You have disabled the checkbox *Overwrite packagizer..* in the AddLinks Dialog?
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You have disabled the checkbox *Overwrite packagizer..* in the AddLinks Dialog?
Yes... it was disabled...
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Old 23.02.2018, 19:08
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When you open the packagizer rule again, does it still show
<jd:append>/<jd:subfolderbyplugin>
or does it show different value then?

In case you still have issues with that, I suggest we do a teamviewer session and check this out together. Contact us via support@jdownloader.org
You can reach us Mo-Fr from 9 to 17 o'clock, GMT+1, Germany.
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