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Old 22.10.2020, 19:31
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Default Disable Overwrite Packagizer rules checkbox in RemoteControl AddLinks dialog

So, i'm running JD on Synology NAS in headless mode. In advanced settings i fully disabled Packagizer in such a way all files should be stored in one package 'Various Files'. I also disabled "LinkgrabberSettings: Add Links Dialog Overwrites Packagizer Rules", but the problem is, that it keeps enabled in AddLinks dialog box.
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So, is there some additional advanced setting, or its just the problem of my.jdownloader.com?
If i manually disable this checkbox, everything works great, but disabling it every time i want to add some links is kinda...
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Old 23.10.2020, 14:22
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Hi,

you cannot disable this in myjdownloader.
As a workaround, you can use our myjdownloader browser addon in which you can det the default value for this setting.

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Old 23.10.2020, 17:33
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A little feedback I would additionally give, far as I recall various files isn't controlled by package customiser, its advanced setting to enable it, and or additional setting for a count threshold value which you can change.
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Old 26.10.2020, 19:27
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You can fully disable Packagizer via Settings->Advanced Settings->PackagizerSettings.packagizerenabled
then JDownloader will not process any packagizer rules
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