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Old 17.10.2020, 17:15
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Default I cannot add many links to the package.

I cannot add many links to the package.
Too much for the package increased adding links 24 hours.
I stopped adding at 170.000 because it didn't make sense. Too much time.
How to split 10.000 HTML links for each package, but save all files to one folder named
G:\MyFiles\

For example, I have 220.000 links.
At 100.000, the big problem with the next addition begins.
Do I have to add parts to the Dialogue:
"[+] Add new Links" -> Analyze and Add Links

**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

Or how to set up JD2 so that each link is added with a unique package name but saved to the same path. Please tell me.
I'm not an expert so I don't know what parameters or script.
Or maybe there is a known, good solution?

"I disabled in advanced settings JD2" Do not check link status"
It accelerated the addition very much, but the limits of adding still remain.
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Old 18.10.2020, 10:05
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Disable Settings->Advanced Settings->LinkgrabberSettings.autofilenamecorrectionenabled
This method works processes all links in a package against each link in the package.

Why not just add new links into a different package?!
Why not split the package manually?

Each link in its own package doesn't improve situation because this just requires MORE memory!
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Old 18.10.2020, 16:53
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Why not just add new links into a different package?!
Tell me how to set up in Packagizer Settings:
Set package names from link names: Each link in a separate package.

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Why not split the package manually?
You can split packages manually, but this applies to already decrypted links and added to "Download"
Is there any splitting of packets during decryption? I couldn't find such a feature.

I don't know many things yet, and it's hard to find related topics on the forum
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Old 19.10.2020, 13:08
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Tell me how to set up in Packagizer Settings:
Set package names from link names: Each link in a separate package.
For example you can setup a rule that uses the file name as package name but I already explained that this is the worst idea of all!
You could also setup a rule that uses time/date and each hour a new package
Or you can ask in Eventscripter thread for help for a script that does what you want
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Old 19.10.2020, 13:09
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You can split packages manually, but this applies to already decrypted links and added to "Download"
Is there any splitting of packets during decryption? I couldn't find such a feature.
Doesn't matter if the links are in download list or linkcollector, you can still split them.
And no, there is no such feature because you can either use packagizer rules/eventscripter/do it manually
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Old 19.10.2020, 18:35
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JD2 is more of a programmable tool and use plugin&script, so there's no need to look for basic pre-built functions. Section allows to control how packagename inside the Destination folder are created (for Regular package only).
Use title of the parent page which URL matches this Regex...
What should be entered as:
"Use current date and numerical file name":
Number of digits:???
Starting from:???

**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

Another method for basic users (without knowing the operability of the scripts) is to add up to 80k links.
Parsing, and adds links to Section Download and adding new 80k.
Analyze several such link lists separately.
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Old 19.10.2020, 18:50
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Again no idea what you mean.
Regarding your packagizer screenshot:
There is a packagizer knowledgebase article regarding basic usage.
If you want to do more complex stuff, you will of course need to learn some things e.-g. regular expressions.
Making tutorials for such things is not our job!

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Do you have Nero installed?
That's true James
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Old 19.10.2020, 19:13
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Screen:
https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...hment/65/36560

The full name jd:... is not visible...
Package Name: <jd:orgfilename........(????)
Dynamic Variables ==>...????

I see a function that I do not have in the latest version of JD2.
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Old 19.10.2020, 19:16
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Screen:
https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...hment/65/36560

The full name jd:... is not visible...
??
Because the screenshot already shows enough information.

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Package Name: <jd:orgfilename........(????)
Dynamic Variables ==>...????

I see a function that I do not have in the latest version of JD2.
Rightclick -> Dynamic Variables

I will close this thread now.

Congratulations - you've successfully wasted another 15 minutes of our time!

*Closed*

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That's true James
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Die Leute verstehen einfach nicht dass nur weil man mit einer Waffe auch auf Menschen schießen kann dass ein Schützenver​ein kein Ort für Amoklaufide​en ist
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