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Old 06.03.2013, 17:42
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Yes the problem is definitely with JD.
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Old 07.03.2013, 04:25
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Just to add that I am seeing this too with a similar configuration (Firefox / JD2 / Flashgot - all latest versions)

In my case it tries 6 times with the last try giving a pop-up message:

"JDownloader not responding on http ://127.0.0.1:9666/flashgot!
Please check your firewall settings."

(Space added in the URL to stop blocking message)

I tried disabling the firewall completely but it made no difference.

Last edited by SimonP; 07.03.2013 at 04:30.
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Old 07.03.2013, 07:07
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In addition to my previous post

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As it can be seen, Flashgot and JDownloder work well in 0.9.582, Feb 25 JD2 build, but doesn't work with JD2 Mar 05 Build.
I tried with Firefox 19, 15 and 21 (Aurora) , FG 1.5.4.2.
I tested Flashgot with Nightly Build 10626, and they excellently cooperate too.

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Old 07.03.2013, 19:06
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Great news, it's fixed !
I know this from FG forum and tt can be seen in
http://svn.jdownloader.org/issues/7779FG

Edit:

We have to wait for the update.

Last edited by bici-boci; 08.03.2013 at 06:33.
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Old 07.03.2013, 23:15
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That's good to hear though I still don't understand how it was initially thought that the problem didn't exist.
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Old 08.03.2013, 20:00
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Well, thanks for the solution.

Out of curiosity, what was the source of the problem?
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Old 09.03.2013, 00:10
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So this has been fixed? Any idea when the update will happen?
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Old 09.03.2013, 13:15
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Default Problem with JD2 & Flashgot

About a week ago I started having the a problem where every time I'd use Flashgot to add links to JD2, it would open the original JD. I tinkered with Flashgot a bit and even though I'm not having that problem anymore, now what it's doing is that it will add the same link several times, and Firefox will eventually flash and say: "JDownloader not responding on **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**! Please check your firewall settings." I'm not sure if this is a problem with FG or JD2, but does anyone know how to fix it?

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Old 11.03.2013, 01:33
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About a week ago I started having the a problem where every time I'd use Flashgot to add links to JD2, it would open the original JD. I tinkered with Flashgot a bit and even though I'm not having that problem anymore, now what it's doing is that it will add the same link several times, and Firefox will eventually flash and say: "JDownloader not responding on **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**! Please check your firewall settings." I'm not sure if this is a problem with FG or JD2, but does anyone know how to fix it?

Err, haven't you read the messages on this thread? ...
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Old 11.03.2013, 19:13
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Someone moved my new-thread post to this thread; apparently it's the same problem. I didn't realize it at the time I posted it.
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Old 12.03.2013, 02:13
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Someone moved my new-thread post to this thread; apparently it's the same problem. I didn't realize it at the time I posted it.
Well then, my apologies for my comment

From what I understood the problem is already known and is to be corrected in a future update of JD
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Old 13.03.2013, 05:15
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While we're waiting for the fix, if you haven't already worked it out the quick way around it is to select 'Enable clipboard observer' in JD2 and use 'Copy' instead of 'Jdownloader' when right-clicking on a link.

@solrage: I too have had the problem of it also firing up JD1 from time to time. In the end I simply renamed the original JD folder and that stopped it.
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Old 14.03.2013, 07:28
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thanks for the tips, Simon. That "copy" temp fix does work. I'll have to try renaming the JD1 folder.
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Old 15.03.2013, 12:01
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JD's very tedious to use at the moment so I no longer bother.

It's less hassle just to use a hosters web page.

Maybe it will be fixed eventually but I can't say I care right now.
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Old 16.03.2013, 13:41
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whys it taking so long to update and fix this?
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Old 16.03.2013, 14:02
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I hope they work fiercely, and/but as I see they make now only plugin and little updates - but I do not know, we do not really get informed.
Even this thread is marked as "Declined", it was 9 days before, that "Resolution changed from Wont Fix to Fixed" by jiaz, saying "fixed, will work again soon".
I think that "soon" has already passed.
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Old 20.03.2013, 20:15
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What is the problem? Continuing. There will be an update?
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Old 20.03.2013, 20:28
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Top Secret !;)
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Old 21.03.2013, 13:31
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With the latest update:
{"JDownloaderRevision":20247,"JDownloaderServerOptionsRevision":1728,"JDownloaderUpdaterRevision":17 85,"buildDate":"Thu Mar 21 13:12:22 CET 2013","buildTimestamp":1363867942102,"AppWorkUtilsRevision":1592,"UpdateClientV2Revision":358,"JDBro wserRevision":20176}
flashgot and JD2 works well, including Allow/Deny access.

Thanks.
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Old 21.03.2013, 17:58
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Just tried it.

Wonder why it took so long?

Made sure all the updating is turned off and I won't be updating this anymore unless something stops working.

Last edited by billnotben; 21.03.2013 at 18:03.
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