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Old 10.11.2014, 15:25
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Hi. I'm using JDownloader 2 Beta. And now my files download to folders. I checked the directory where they are downloaded to. And I have to go inside another folder just to see the file. Is there a setting I can use to just download the file to the directory without the extra folder. I turned off the Linkgrabber option. But that still doesn't help. Thanks
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Old 10.11.2014, 15:52
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Hi,

Which is the download folder path? (see settings > general > download folder)
Also, in the packagizer with rules do you have enabled?

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Old 10.11.2014, 16:53
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it be either extraction rules to place in subdirectory or package customiser default rule, to place in sub directory as package name.
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Old 11.11.2014, 06:41
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Hi. I made a folder for the downloads. It's in C:\Files. The folder name for the download is Files, which I made up. And I unchecked the packagizer setting. But setting one is unchecked. And setting 2 is checked. I never had this problem before.
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