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Old 01.04.2011, 11:38
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Question sound (or batch) in reconnect script ?

Hello ! I´d like to know if it would be possible to insert a batch file (or similiar) to play a sound when the Router reconnect script ist executed.
Or to execute a batch file with plays that sound.

I don´t know which program language the script is or if it is possible at all.

Since I have to type in every Captcha manually, I need a sound feature.
I miss many Captchas because I don´t watch the screen every second.

Can anybody help ?

Thank you
6771

PS: I don´t want to use "Captcha Alert" which scans the Screen every second for the captcha window. It has to work easier I think.

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Old 01.04.2011, 11:41
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If your reconnect solution is a batch file, you can insert a sound command. This depends on the OS you're running.

Please, read "Captcha Sound Alert for JDownloader". It contains several solutions for different platforms.

For Windoze the easiest solution is "Captcha Alert : a simple tool solution.".
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Old 01.04.2011, 12:03
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no, my reconnect ist the selected script in the JD Window, no batch file.
I use Windows 7.

I don´t want to install Visual Basic or Auto It, for this simple task.

Why does it take so many months to install a simple sound feature in JD (it´s in progress since January at least) ?

My JD does not auto-recognize ANY of the Captchas at all for months.
But I want to download and dont want to watch the monitor all day long.
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Old 01.04.2011, 12:39
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I deduce you're using Windoze. If you don't want to run interpreters like VB or AutoIt you might consider running jD on a Linux distribution.

In earlier versions of jD there was a sound scheme, but it was removed. I suppose the developers don't like audio alerts.

For captcha solutions, please, read the first post of the captcha thread.

If you can find someone who can program in java, please refer her to "Getting started as a JD-Developer".

Also ask her to e-mail a request to join the dev team. The e-mail address is support@jdownloader.org
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