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Old 24.02.2016, 20:23
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And you can tell a thank you i find what is the issue/problem so you fix it and don't look what is cause that kind of error.

Edit1: And now there is another problem. One after another.
It continuously download and install the update without ending.

Edit2: Everything now working fine. Nice job.

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Old 11.03.2016, 09:10
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Hi all,

I would really appreciate a feature to use the scheduler to restart JDownloader add a given time.

The reason is simple:
JDownloader has many updates coming. If JDownloader runs on a server 24/7 this would be nice way to keep JDownloader uptodate, because at the restart JDownloader will perform an update to the latest version.

It would be even better if the scheduler had a way to set condition, e.g. only run the task if a certain condition is met or not met. Specifically:
update if no download are running.

Thanks for considering.

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Old 11.03.2016, 10:51
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@olluz: you could
1.) add eventscript for *downloads stopped* and then check for pending updates and restart
2.) add eventscript for xy intervall and then check for running downloads/extraction and check for pending updates and restart.

The scheduler is not meant to check conditions, please use the eventscripter for that
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Old 02.04.2016, 08:12
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I have the March 31 2016 build, and the scheduler seems to have broken. I had a job set to start downloads at a certain time, and it no longer starts.
I set the time, and it has a "next execution" date/time, and the time comes and goes and the "next execution" date is cleared, but nothing happens.
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Old 04.04.2016, 11:52
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Try to remove the event and add it again. Maybe a change in timezone might be the cause of this (summer/winter time)
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Old 06.05.2016, 04:35
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Lightbulb Does it work?

Sorry ignore this.
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Old 06.05.2016, 04:36
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I set the scheduler to download early the next morning. When I woke up the next morning, I got a "go go go!" dialog, but the download had not started. The list was in my linkgrabber and the action to execute was "start downloads". Should I have used a different action (eg. add all downloads) or is this a bug?
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Old 06.05.2016, 10:56
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Can you provide a screenshot of the dialog?
Start Downloads -> only starts links in linkgrabber
In case you have links in Linkgrabber, you have to move them to download list first.
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Old 06.05.2016, 11:31
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Thanks for replying Jiaz. I will have to wait until tomorrow morning to screenshoot the dialog.

Until then, I'm a little unclear on your next two statements.

If "start downloads" starts links in the linkgrabber (lingrabber tab has a list of files to download), then the "start downloads" command in the scheduler should have moved them to the downloads tab and started the downloads.

But in the next statement you say that if I have links in linkgrabber, I have to move then to downloads first. This seems to contradict what you just said, doesn't it? Or what am I missing?

If not, how would I move them to the downloads tab without them starting automatically? Because that is what happens when I click the play button. Is there a way to move them over and have them just sit waiting in the downloads tab/area?

Thanks, Mat
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Old 06.05.2016, 11:39
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Start Downloads only starts links in DownloadList. Links in Linkgrabber are not moved. You should first call "Add All Downloads" and then "Start Downloads". First move links from Linkgrabber to Downloads and then start them.
Click Button in GUI works differently because there you have a visible GUI. But scheduler cannot work on the GUI because a GUI is not always available (headless mode) and the action should always work the same way. In GUI mode it works on the current view.
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Old 06.05.2016, 17:12
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OK I'll give that a shot. Thanks!

Update: worked fine.

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Old 06.05.2016, 18:15
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Old 07.06.2016, 18:59
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Is there a way to activate / deactivate DLs from a specific hoster? There are times when one host reduces free speed so much it slows down other DLs because of excessive reconnect waiting times.

For such scenarios it would be really handy being able to disable downloads from a specific hoster at 7:30 PM and reactivate at 2:00 AM for example.

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Old 08.06.2016, 10:07
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for that you would need to use the eventscripter and write a script to enable/disable those hosts. The scheduler is not able to do this. You can contact mgpai (in english) and ask for help. He is very talented with the eventscripter
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Old 06.07.2016, 11:11
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Hi,

I'm using jdownloader in combination with a premium multihoster (premium.to).

Sometimes premium is temporarily not available for a certain hoster and I'm downloading from a non supported hoster with "low speed" in parallel.
It would be a nice feature to have a scheduler rule to uncheck the "not skip" entry for example every 5 minutes for a certain hoster on skipped downloads, where premium was temporarily not available.

In German it is "nicht überspringen" where i have to uncheck manually.

cheers

Jan
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Old 06.07.2016, 11:25
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Please use the eventscripter for such special needs. You can code scripts in javascript that run in interval. You can ask mgpai (in english) for help. He is very talented with the eventscripter
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Old 04.12.2016, 22:17
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@olluz: you could
1.) add eventscript for *downloads stopped* and then check for pending updates and restart
2.) add eventscript for xy intervall and then check for running downloads/extraction and check for pending updates and restart.

The scheduler is not meant to check conditions, please use the eventscripter for that


I'm totaly newbie wth scripting.

Could you give the script for those please ?


PS : Response there : https://board.jdownloader.org/showth...ighlight=mgpai

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Old 25.04.2017, 15:45
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Hello, and thank you to the developer(s) for the fantastic JDownloader. Friends and family members who already use it for their own downloads, recommended it to me, and it is only recently that I started using it.

Having used the Scheduler-function very often so far, I wish to give you some feedback by commenting that I find the absence of a 24-hour clock probably the most frustrating part of using the Scheduler. Please, would the developer favourably consider providing a 24-hour clock as an option for setting download schedules?

I also find some of the Action & Parameter options quite confusing. For instance, which parameter do I choose when I want the Scheduler to move all, or a particular selection of files depicted in the Linkgrabber tab, to the Downloads tab at the scheduled time, and start the downloads immediately?

Thank you.

PS. Interested parties who want to read more about the pros and cons of the 12-hour and 24-hour clocks, may wish to refer to these pages:

12-hour Clock. Confusion at Noon and Midnight

24-hour Clock
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Old 26.04.2017, 09:21
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What exactly do you mean by *absence of a 24-hour clock probably the most frustrating part* ? Can you please explain?
My timer works from 00:00 to 24:00.
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Old 26.04.2017, 09:23
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I also find some of the Action & Parameter options quite confusing. For instance, which parameter do I choose when I want the Scheduler to move all, or a particular selection of files depicted in the Linkgrabber tab, to the Downloads tab at the scheduled time, and start the downloads immediately?
With scheduler you can only move all or nothing. Also you have to schedule each action on its own. At the moment it is not possible to call multiple actions with one scheduler entry.

If you need finer selection, please use the Eventscripter and write customized script in Javascript that does what you want. You can contact mgpai for help. He is our Eventscripter Expert
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