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Old 15.09.2021, 21:32
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Default [Feature Request] Save download link in a txt file along with downloaded content

Hello,

So i like to save links of stuff i download into a txt file cause maybe i will need it later, so far i have been copying links from download windows through "show download links", works so far but its time consuming if i want to save link for each package i download.

So can i suggest a feature to save links into download directory along with content?

Example:
c:/download/package1
c:/download/package1/package1_links.txt
c:/download/package2
c:/download/package2/package2_links.txt
etc.

Thank you, sorry for bad english ^^.
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Old 16.09.2021, 09:24
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@pivor: no need to use the "show download links" as you can either

1.) customize the copy action via rightclick->context menu->menu editor, there you can customize what content to copy to clipboard
or
2.) use a script for eventscripter (bound to rightclick context action) and this one writes out all information you want. see https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=70525
In case you need help/got questions, please ask in that thread for help!
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Old 16.09.2021, 14:03
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well, thats something :D
edit, searching for a script now ^^

Last edited by pivor; 16.09.2021 at 14:28.
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Old 16.09.2021, 14:11
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well, thats something :D
but what if i would want jd2 to save link next to downloaded content?
Then use eventscripter and do whatever you like for example
add meta information to your filesystem if supported and tools are available
or write meta information to a file next to downloaded file.

There are many possibilities in case you need help, best is to ask directly
in https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=70525
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