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Old 10.04.2015, 08:58
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Default Same file, one package - downloads only one

When I'm trying to download the same file from several hosts in one package, JD2 only tries to download one file at a time.
In the previous version, it would download all files simultaneously and rename each one _2 _3...
How do I make JD2 download all files at the same time without a queue?
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Old 10.04.2015, 11:38
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JDownloader 1 had no mirror management. JDownloader 2 does and prevents loading of the same file. It will download the file only once as the other links are mirrors. The mirrors will be used when a link has issues/is offline.
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Old 10.04.2015, 13:17
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But why??
I like starting several downloads and after a minute or two stopping the slow ones and keeping the fastest one.
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Old 10.04.2015, 14:09
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why, that's how its been designed, and most likely when file exists rule is set to skip ? if you want to download the same file multiple times please set when file exists rules to either ask or auto rename.
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Old 10.04.2015, 14:11
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you need to move the file into different packages, then jd will not handle them as mirrors and you can download them (auto rename for example)
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