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Old 26.03.2013, 20:10
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Default JDownloader offline "update.appwork.org" - annoying message

Hi,
Is there an option to deactivate the annoying message
which appears continuously when JD is offline and try to connect to update.appwork.org ?

Thanks.
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Old 27.03.2013, 01:58
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Or disable in advanced settings: UpdateSettings.autoupdatecheckenabled
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Old 27.03.2013, 07:31
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Or UpdateSettings.updateinterval could be increased from the default 60000 MS to 3600000 (1 hour) in this case.

By the way, the MS (milliseconds) usage makes sense here ?
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Old 27.03.2013, 14:36
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Or disable in advanced settings: UpdateSettings.autoupdatecheckenabled
Sorry tony, but It doesn't work, because the message still appears.
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Old 13.06.2013, 00:58
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Default "no connection to the internet"

when downloads are running in the background (and new ones are started regularly), the message box title "no connection to the internet" is simply wrong.

when JD2 can't contact the update server (maybe because it is down), please retry silently in the background and do not bother the user by popping up the "no connection ..." every few seconds.

if still unable to contact after some time (a day or so), maybe show an exclamation mark in the bottom right corner (or so).
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Old 13.06.2013, 01:16
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Old 13.06.2013, 04:20
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Default How to completely prevent JD2 from asking / updating

Because of issues with access to Core.jar, I would like JD2 to not update or even ask about it at all. I have disabled every setting I can find, but it still asks. This interferes with other things. I attach a screenshot of my Advanced Settings. What am I missing?

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Old 13.06.2013, 05:30
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Please, be patient. The issue will be asked to the developers.
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Old 13.06.2013, 09:21
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I try to disable this setting too (actually update.appwork.org is not reachable).
But it doesn't help. How can I stop this popup bugging me?
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Old 13.06.2013, 14:26
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Because of issues with access to Core.jar, I would like JD2 to not update or even ask about it at all. I have disabled every setting I can find, but it still asks. This interferes with other things. I attach a screenshot of my Advanced Settings. What am I missing?

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I think he means that JD2 update in every start. And he want to disable the auto update. Because the option: UpdateSettings.autoupdatecheckenabled, doesn't work any more.
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Old 13.06.2013, 18:21
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Should be fine now (or after the next round of updates).

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Old 13.06.2013, 20:36
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For those that want it there should be a clear "no update" option.

I'm sure most are smart enough to know that when something stops working they can decide to manually update it.
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Old 15.06.2013, 05:58
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For those that want it there should be a clear "no update" option.

I'm sure most are smart enough to know that when something stops working they can decide to manually update it.

Yes, that's what I need. A simple way to tell JD2 that I will manually take care of main program updates and it should totally forget about them.
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Old 15.06.2013, 06:05
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Wait for the next core update. More information: http://svn.jdownloader.org/issues/8717
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