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Old 31.07.2021, 13:42
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Like the title, I want to pass all files that are over a certain size to Jdownloader automatically, without clicking "Download with Jdownloader." Is it possible?

Also, I have another question. I would like to have Jdownloader not show me the "various package" folder whenever I download multiple single files. However, simply unchecking "Group single files in a 'various package'" just makes them be classified into their respective individual folders. I just want to see files, not folders. Is that possible either?

I will look forward to your answers.
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Old 31.07.2021, 14:24
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settings > advanced settings > GraphicalUserInterfaceSettings.hidesinglechildpackages

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Seems I only answered the second query, and forgot to answer the first question. That would be dependant on your browser right or browser extension?
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Old 31.07.2021, 15:50
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Seems I only answered the second query, and forgot to answer the first question. That would be dependant on your browser right or browser extension?
What do you mean by "dependant on my browser?"

I have Firefox and installed the official extension for it.
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Old 31.07.2021, 16:46
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Don't believe browser extensions can do that task? I could be wrong as I haven't used myjdownloader in years. Please wait for someone who knows the answer to your query =]
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Don't believe browser extensions can do that task? I could be wrong as I haven't used myjdownloader in years. Please wait for someone who knows the answer to your query =]
Will do!
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Old 02.08.2021, 14:48
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Like the title, I want to pass all files that are over a certain size to Jdownloader automatically, without clicking "Download with Jdownloader." Is it possible?
I'm sorry but that's not possible because file size/name.. is not known at that moment.
Only the link itself is known. I'm sorry but the extension doesn't support *add while surfing* and I'm not aware of any extension that does.
What exactly do you have in mind?
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Old 02.08.2021, 19:24
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I'm sorry but that's not possible because file size/name.. is not known at that moment.
Only the link itself is known. I'm sorry but the extension doesn't support *add while surfing* and I'm not aware of any extension that does.
What exactly do you have in mind?
I used Internet Download Accelerator in Windows and its browser extension had an option to redirect all files that are over [insert_number] mb to it. I don't know how it is possible, but it is, so I assumed there must be a way to do the same in Jdownloader.
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Old 03.08.2021, 14:13
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@drag0night: maybe we talk about different things?!
Of course you can know size of downloads when you actual *download* them and then decide to forward/stop/download them... But MyJDownloader extension doesn't intercept downloads in browser, it simply collects Text/URLs and forwards them to JDownloader. At that stage there is no information as such as it is a download, is it a html file..what size does it have.

Also IDM Extension or browser also has to trigger/start the download in order to know the size.

Maybe you use it different than intended? You should not start/generate downloads in browser! Just copy the links and let JDownloader handle the rest. You can setup filter/rules there, eg filter anything smaller than x mb
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@drag0night: maybe we talk about different things?!
Of course you can know size of downloads when you actual *download* them and then decide to forward/stop/download them... But MyJDownloader extension doesn't intercept downloads in browser, it simply collects Text/URLs and forwards them to JDownloader. At that stage there is no information as such as it is a download, is it a html file..what size does it have.
Thats exactly what he wants if you ask me.

So the answer would be:
No - this is not possible via our myjdownloader extension.
It's either "impossible" our you'd have to find another browser extension that is capable of intercepting the browsers requests/downloads so it can forward stuff to JD.

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Thats exactly what he wants if you ask me.

So the answer would be:
No - this is not possible via our myjdownloader extension.
It's either "impossible" our you'd have to find another browser extension that is capable of intercepting the browsers requests/downloads so it can forward stuff to JD.

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Yes, that's exactly what I wanted.
It's sad that it is impossible for now! Thanks for your kind and detailed answers everyone!
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Old 04.08.2021, 12:32
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Sorry for not being able to provide a solution for you :( but thanks for your understanding!
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