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Old 31.05.2015, 12:52
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Hi, im trying to make JD2 auto-create folders for each package I have in the linkgrabber list. I have a photo gallery im trying to download with different package names (no rars) and I want them to be downloaded in each of there own folders. I remember I could do this in the old JD version. But, im confused how to do it in JD2 beta. I tried the packager and downloaded various pictures and they were all scattered in the default download directory. Without proper folder I gave it in the linkgrabber list.

Any help how I can do this?

http://img279.imagevenue.com/aAfkjfp...1_122_60lo.JPG

using JD2 beta core #30453

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Old 31.05.2015, 13:00
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rule three is the default rule, it sets path based on

'default save location\' + <jd:packagename>

assuming packages have title/name of significance this will work.

Packagiser rules only get applied when ENABLED and links enter linkgrabber. Links that have entered download tab before rule adjustment/creation/enabled need to be re-added.

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Old 31.05.2015, 14:20
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Old 31.05.2015, 22:09
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@raztoki It didn't make sense at first. But, I got it to work. I did what you guys suggested before I made this thread (going into packager and applying rules). But, it wasn't working! So I doubled-checked what you guys posted. I had to restart jd2 several times. I clicked on the package name in linkgrabbers list (as suggested by raz) to make sure it was the right directory and I saw the " \<jd:packagename> " . So I think when I chose that jd2 activated for some reason because it wasn't doing it before. Works now.

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Old 01.06.2015, 11:05
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The changes only affects NEW links. All links that are already in list will not be changed automatically. Guess that was causing it. Thanks for the feedback!
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