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Old 19.01.2010, 09:52
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Same happened to me, so I've completed it again (using Opera BACK button, which saves text in forms), I just had to fill switches again (how I agree / disagree).
I prefer using the same browser and I had no problem.

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When in main download window (list of files), when I select more files at once by using touchpad from UP to DOWN (from top to bottom), I select few and before I can do anything with them (delete, start them), my selection disappears.

This is not happening, when selecting from DOWN to UPwards.
Similar problems have been observed with all the version of jD. I think there is a bug tracker item about this issue.
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Old 19.01.2010, 09:53
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Memory spending, sometimes not working hosters/decrypters (what's the difference? it simply doesn't work, couldn't start downloading), but focus on memory. That's the biggest problem.

I would like to have JD in background, where it would spend, let's say 50MB. Possible ?
What's your OS/version? In my OS it only spends 20-25 MB.

host = hosts files
decrypter = decrypts encrypted links
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Old 19.01.2010, 11:25
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I'm confused, I filled out the survey and got this: (see bold)
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Thank you for participating in our survey, you just helped improving JDownloader!
Community feedback helps us to satisfy our users by focusing on the most requested features.
We would be pleased if you continue sharing your user experience with us.

Feedback for this survey can be submitted in our Community Board!

Thanks fly out to the pidgin team - we really liked their survey style and admittedly forked it. Thank you guys!

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Your survey responses have not been recorded. This survey is not yet active.
Does this mean I should fill it out again?
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Old 19.01.2010, 14:39
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@ MartyMcFly42
This is in the buglist already.

I take it you have stopped time traveling.
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Old 19.01.2010, 20:29
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You know guys, this could be my catchphrase (having this nickname means responsibility :-) ), but it's almost 2015 and where are hovering skateboards I ask.

People demand machines that control weather etc.

I have Win XP SP2. Yes, when I start it, it takes about 70MB, but when I let it for let's say two days in a row, downloading from multiple hosters, it can accumulate up to 350MB (my max). Now, after day of downloading, it is 170MB of memory + 180MB of virtual memory (task manager).


To the survey problem: Yes, I too enjoy this BACK feature often. This happened because I started completing survey and then let it be for let's say hour or two. Then I returned back to it (first I couldn't think about anything to fill last page forms), so I submitted it and ...

you know the rest. Your survey was not recorded. So I backed, CTLR+X, CTRL+V to the new one.

But I'm so glad. I'm using JD since September 2008, then, it was quite buggy app, but still, the best around here. Now, it's king. And one hardly realize how many bugs, errors and bad things has been fixed as months progressed. This mouse bug is annoying, but can get used to it.

Do you remember the bug, when you selected few files, reached the bottom of page and ... nothing happened, screen was stuck. Well, not stuck, but didn't want to move. It's fixed now. It was very, very annoying.
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Old 20.01.2010, 11:09
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I tried 3 times and couldn't get my survey responses recorded. It seams now the survey is closed (too many responses?). Here's my 3 writen answers on the last page anyway:

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Add ZIP support in a addon similar to the RAR support already in the program (automatically unzip, test for extraction Ok and erase source file).
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I believe it's most likely to blame on the JAVA library used, more than the program itself, but I feel that the speed and the use of CPU cycles when doing nothing but downloading a single file can still get a lot better. My system get very sluggish sometimes and as soon as I restart JDownloader, that is gone (at least for a while).
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I love the program. It's a great work and it is getting better over time. The support team is also fantastic. I just hope you add ZIP file support (not only RAR) and make it lighter on my CPU.
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Old 20.01.2010, 11:45
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I think if you switch off automatic captcha recognition, then CPU cycle consumption will stay low.

Zip support will come with the planned 7-Zip integration (use board search).
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Old 27.01.2010, 16:41
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Like most (all?) users, I had to fill out the form multiple times. If the session is going to be timed there should be a timer on the page

I have no complaints about the program. I've been using it for at least 6 months and it's by far the best program of it's type hands down.

My only qualm is with the how the program handles Rapidshare downloads. It's not that JDownloader doesn't do it extremely well, just that the speed seems faster when I use another program (Rapidshare Dowloader [by Russell Joyce from dedicatedtv.net]). Do you know if there are any major differences between the two programs in how they handle RS downloads?

Thank you for your fine work. Not only is Jdownloader the best multi-host downloader, but your interaction with the community is exceptional.

[Edit: My sys specs: OS: Win Xp (sp3), ISP 15000/500 kps, Non-premium RS user.]

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Old 28.01.2010, 09:05
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It's not that JDownloader doesn't do it extremely well, just that the speed seems faster when I use another program (Rapidshare Dowloader [by Russell Joyce from dedicatedtv.net]). Do you know if there are any major differences between the two programs in how they handle RS downloads?
It's possible that the other program has to be configured or that it's blocked by a security program. Please, also read the statistics section in Having speed issues ? read this!

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Old 10.02.2010, 02:59
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Thumbs up Great Software !

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Start JD Anyway, it's survey.jdownloader.org

Great Software ! With the downfall of RapGet I was looking for some new software. I tried just FlashGot but it never performed as well as I liked. Seemed to download 7K files instead of the full 100 Meg more times than I liked.

Regardless.

I liked your software so much I threw in a €10.00 EUR PayPal contribution
Keep up the good work.
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Old 24.02.2010, 12:50
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Will be any info about survey results?
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Old 16.03.2010, 11:42
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I would like someone of the jD Team to reply to this question.
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Old 16.03.2010, 17:47
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we did not even have time to checkout the results ourselves...no time...but we will inform you if there are news
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Old 16.03.2010, 18:45
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:) By the time the survey is summarized, there will be a new generation of users
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Old 17.03.2010, 09:47
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This is a typical problem of information overload. Would it be possible to make the raw results available (in a database or XML format)?

Maybe, someone with a statistical/analytical background can summarise the results of the survey.
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Old 18.03.2010, 12:50
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Who'll ever want to participate in the next survey if they know that they'll never see the results of it?

If the problem is privacy, then just make the survey inputs anonymous. Take away names, identifiers, IP and other addresses, usw.

If the problem is that the jD Team members have other priorities, just compress the survey inputs and send it to volunteers who can structure and analyse the data. This is called outsourcing.
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Old 18.03.2010, 14:23
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You can be sure, that we will publish most parts of the surveys soon.
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Old 18.05.2010, 13:18
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We're 2 months later. Yes, I know time flies.
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Old 18.06.2010, 12:59
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Another month has passed...what's your definition of "soon"?

Here is Merriam-Webster's :-

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Main Entry: soon
Pronunciation: \ˈsün, especially New England ˈsu̇n\
Function: adverb
Etymology: Middle English soone, from Old English sōna; akin to Old High German sān immediately
Date: before 12th century

1 a obsolete : at once : immediately b : without undue time lapse : before long <soon after sunrise>
2 : in a prompt manner : speedily <as soon as possible> <the sooner the better> <no sooner said than done>
3 archaic : before the usual time
4 : in agreement with one's choice or preference : willingly <I'd just as soon walk as drive>
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Old 19.06.2010, 05:57
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I think "soon" now means after the next release.

Why do you think I created an open poll? about user priorities?

By the way, it is now moved to General Discussion.
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