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Old 24.05.2019, 14:13
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Question How to make JD to stop creating subfolders for downloads?

I want to make downloaded files appear right in the download folder.
For some reason JD started creating subfolders for downloads again. And I don't understand what I changed to make this happen.

How can I do this? Because I couldn't figure out what is actually responsible for it.
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Old 24.05.2019, 14:51
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again? i doubt anything changed in jd.
but check the default setting within package customiser, sub directory as packagename.
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Old 24.05.2019, 15:16
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check if you have subfolder rule enabled, see https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...ackage-feature
and disable it. please know that changes will only affect new added links. existing links won't be changed
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Old 25.05.2019, 14:54
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again? i doubt anything changed in jd.
but check the default setting within package customiser, sub directory as packagename.
Yeah. I never touched that otpion, but JD was inconsistent: it would create subfolders in one startup, and it wouldn't in the next, then it would again.

For now uncheking that option seems to have stopped JD from creating subfolders, thanks.
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Old 25.05.2019, 14:57
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check if you have subfolder rule enabled, see **External links are only visible to Support Staff**...
and disable it. please know that changes will only affect new added links. existing links won't be changed
Yeah, as I mentioned above I never touched that option, but JD was creating subfolders in one day, and not creating them another.
But this seems to be working for now, thanks.
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Old 27.05.2019, 09:50
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This option is enabled by default. But it highyl depends HOW you add links (Clipboard, AddLinks Dialog, via MyJDownloader) if those rules are applied or not.
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Old 27.05.2019, 10:05
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This option is enabled by default. But it highyl depends HOW you add links (Clipboard, AddLinks Dialog, via MyJDownloader) if those rules are applied or not.
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I usually just copy the link and either wait for JD to automatically catch it (which it does inconsistently) or just Add New Links if it doesn't.
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Old 27.05.2019, 13:56
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Add New Links , there is a checkbox to *overwrites packagizer rules*, so when this checkbox is enabled, then the packagizer rule to create subfolder won't be used.
Whenever a link isn't caught by clipboard, then it's very likely not supported by JDownloader.
Manually adding via Add New Links will make the link to get deep decrypted
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