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Old 15.10.2014, 06:34
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Whenever I copy some links, linkgrabber adds them under a package "Various Files." How can I have each link (appropriately so, that is assuming they are separate and not connected like file.001 file.002 etc., of course) load into its own package instead? And I mean named as the link file, so if I grabbed a YouTube video Interview.mp4, the package isn't "Various Files" but the name of the link Interview.mp4. Thanks for any help
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Old 15.10.2014, 06:37
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Hi,

In the packagizer, enable the default rule "predefined rule: create subfolder by packagename"

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Old 15.10.2014, 07:07
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Thanks, how can I have the packages be in their own package name (same as filename), and download to the main download directory I have set, but not to their own subfolders?
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It can be done using the packagizer. Let me check.


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Old 15.10.2014, 07:45
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Thank you so much!!
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Default Same problem. But cannot view the Packagizer rule.png file

Hi there,
I am unable to open the Packagizer rule.png file. Can someone PM me the png file or the details how to make linkgrabber put packages separate, not all under Various Files. Thanks
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It can be done using the packagizer. Let me check.


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Hi, this thread may help me, i want jdownloader to generate separated packages for separated links, not group the files according to name, is there an option for this? btw i cant see the image cause it says i dont have enough permission, can you help me with both things? thanks in advance
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Hi, this thread may help me, i want jdownloader to generate separated packages for separated links, not group the files according to name, is there an option for this? btw i cant see the image cause it says i dont have enough permission, can you help me with both things? thanks in advance
On what decision do you want to generate/seperate the packages?
if not on name on what information do you want to create packages
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Old 27.08.2019, 23:02
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On what decision do you want to generate/seperate the packages?
if not on name on what information do you want to create packages
Thanks for the reply, i have several links from a website, each link contains a set of around 25 images ordered and named numerically from 01.jpg to 25.jpg, when i use linkgrabber on jdownloader, it catches everything but it groups the packages like this; all images named 01 goes to one package, 02 named images goes to another package named 02, and so on, what i need in order to keep the images belonging to a certain link to stay where they belong is to make packages based on every link, so in every package will be all the images contained on that link and not mixed up by their names.

If i select all results and create a new package for all, im able to arrange everything with "download from" sub-tab in the linkgrabber tab, and everything shows grouped according to the origin link, but as they are still in the same package when i download it, there would be a mess since jdownloader will consider files with same name as already downloaded or everything will be mixed up in the target folder if is possible, so i need to keep the files on every link downloaded separately, ANY help will be highly appreciatted, thanks in advance!
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Old 27.08.2019, 23:24
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solutions
decrypter plugin, scan for those images and place into a single package based on url structure or content within the html source
linkcrawler rule, scan for those images and place into a single package based on url structure or content within the html source
add links dialog and you add urls manually one at a time, into a single desired packagename that set.
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Old 28.08.2019, 00:13
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solutions
decrypter plugin, scan for those images and place into a single package based on url structure or content within the html source
linkcrawler rule, scan for those images and place into a single package based on url structure or content within the html source
add links dialog and you add urls manually one at a time, into a single desired packagename that set.
Thanks, the thing is that they are like 300 links, and i was doing it one by one but it consumes a lot of time, im not really acknowledged about decrypter plugin or linkcrawler rules, but im gonna look at it on the forum! any link for that btw? thanks a lot!
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Old 28.08.2019, 12:03
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Please provide example links, then we can check and either help to create packagizer rules or other ideas
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Old 28.08.2019, 12:04
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and everything shows grouped according to the origin link, but as they are still in the same package when i download it
You should also use different download directory/location. Doesn't make any sense to sort/manage them into correct packages and then download all of them into the same directory/location
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Old 28.08.2019, 21:08
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Please provide example links, then we can check and either help to create packagizer rules or other ideas
Absolutely, here are 3 links (from 350 other ones) and 2 screenshots to make it clearer, thanks for the reply!

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**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
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Old 29.08.2019, 17:37
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Just an easy example
Settings-Packagizer
create new rule
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-sourceURLs - contains - .*revisteriaponchito\.com/epopeya/(\d+).*
enable regex checkbox
set package name - epopeya-<jd:source:1>
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Old 29.08.2019, 17:41
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Just an easy example
Settings-Packagizer
create new rule
I'm gonna try once i'm in home, thanks!!
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Old 29.08.2019, 17:54
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Sure, take your time
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Old 29.08.2019, 18:50
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Sure, take your time
IT WORKED EXACTLY AS NEEDED, THANKS I REALLY APPRECIATE IT SINCE IT'S GONNA SAVE ME DAYS OF WORK!:clap:

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Old 29.08.2019, 18:55
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Thanks for the feedback and you're welcome If you have further questions, need help, just ask
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