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Old 25.05.2012, 22:17
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Hi,

I recently installed Jdownloader2 beta and love the new features like Packagizer that allows so much flexibility.

One option that seems to be missing is the "Create subfolders after adding links" that was available in the previous version (was using nightly).

Often, I queue many files from the linkgrabber to the download window and they do not start to download right away. I do need the folder to be created after adding link to the download window because it easily allow me to download a .jpg file associated to the video that I download before the transfer start.

Is the option missing or is there another way to make it happen ?

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Old 26.05.2012, 01:27
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default rule within package customiser.

create subfolder by packagename.

make sure its present and enabled (if you have deleted you can restore from right click default rules)
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Old 26.05.2012, 03:08
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default rule within package customiser.

create subfolder by packagename.

make sure its present and enabled (if you have deleted you can restore from right click default rules)
Unless I'm doing something wrong, this sets the download directory to the package name but it does not create the directory until the download starts...

The option "Create subfolders after adding links" will create all the folders when the packages are transfered from the link grabber list to the download list.

When items are queued in the download list, the directories will not be created until the download starts. I need all the directories of all the packages added to the download list to be created immediately when the links are added to the download list and not just when each download starts.

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Old 26.05.2012, 08:22
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JD never created directories in that manner, it only ever created a new directory as the download sequence commenced. This hasn't changed nor will it.

They simplified how jd processes settings like mkdir <packagename>
It will work when enabled and links that have entered linkgrabber after been enabled.

I believe this is our only implementation for JD2 it wont be coming back in any other form like before. It was too statically assigned, you couldn't disable it for a given custom packagiser rule. This way you can. It gives you the most flexibility to all users and the only downside is you need to have the default 'create subdirectory by packagename' rule enabled at the time of passing links into linkgrabber.

If you want more control over directory making please use external program to add links to jd in package names that you desire and make folders with your program at the time of adding to JD linkgrabber/downloadlist. Communicate with JD2 via its new API.

Thread is still re-solved.
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Old 27.05.2012, 07:20
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JD never created directories in that manner, it only ever created a new directory as the download sequence commenced. This hasn't changed nor will it.

They simplified how jd processes settings like mkdir <packagename>
It will work when enabled and links that have entered linkgrabber after been enabled.

I believe this is our only implementation for JD2 it wont be coming back in any other form like before. It was too statically assigned, you couldn't disable it for a given custom packagiser rule. This way you can. It gives you the most flexibility to all users and the only downside is you need to have the default 'create subdirectory by packagename' rule enabled at the time of passing links into linkgrabber.

If you want more control over directory making please use external program to add links to jd in package names that you desire and make folders with your program at the time of adding to JD linkgrabber/downloadlist. Communicate with JD2 via its new API.

Thread is still re-solved.
I don't understand. The nightly build of jdownloader always created the directory when the package was transfered from the linkgrabber list to the download list when the option "Create subfolders after adding links" was checked.

Please check the option "Create subfolders after adding links" of the nightly build.

I'm not talking about how it's done. I do beleive that the way it's implemented now is better. The option of creating the directory when the package gets transfered from the link grabber list to the download list is completely seperate from the logic of the packager.

The packager deals with the link when it's intercepted from the clipboard and transfered to the linkgrabber list. The creation of the folder, when a file/package is transfered from the linkgrabber list to the download list is happens after that.

I did try to work with drbits, vivalostioz, remi and you in the past to use the Remote Control Addin that is now obsolete. I never really got any sucess in making it work.

I do beleive that it would be a nice feature to add the option to have jdownloader create the folder when the file is added to the download list instead of waiting for it to start transfering to create the folder.

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Old 27.05.2012, 11:50
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Old 02.06.2012, 09:58
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rightclick in table, you can also import pre defined rules
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Try to enter

"C:\Temp\<jd:packagename>" (adapt C:\Temp to your setup)

as download directory.

This works for me, but only for archives.
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Old 07.10.2012, 17:34
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simple feature, requested a long time ago... still at 0% :-(
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Hi Coalado,

looks great to me.... however I have update my JD2 to the lastest version and can't seem to find that option under advanced settings.... :-( Any idea what would bring up that option?

thx & cu
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It hasn't been released yet. Wait for the next core update (up to #21570).
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ok, thanks! :-)
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THANK YOU! I too have been wanting this ever since I moved to JD2 about a year ago. Not having it meant I had to create literally hundreds of folders manually. I did request it a couple of times; really glad to notice that it's SOLVED.
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Old 04.07.2013, 23:11
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Thanks for the feedback.

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