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Old 08.09.2021, 13:03
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Default If a package has only one mp3 file don't create package

If a package has only one mp3 (or music) file don't create package. Instead of creating package, save to default download folder. So that we don't have hundreds of folders each one contains one mp3. Is this possible?
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Old 08.09.2021, 13:05
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That's what the "Various package" is for. It *collects* all single link items, but you have to disable https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...ackage-feature else JDownloader will create custom package with auto package name
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Old 08.09.2021, 14:41
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I enabled "Various package" then follow the guide. But without unchecked save > create subfolder but it doesn't work. I think I'm missing something at Predefined rule: Create subfolder by packagename section. Also rule must be available only for audio files.

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Old 08.09.2021, 14:44
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Create a copy for the subfolder rule, disable the default one and customize the copy to only process NON audio filetype. That should work as expected
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Old 08.09.2021, 15:08
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Now every single file downloading without package name.

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Old 08.09.2021, 15:19
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I tried my settings below, now every file downloading without any package name.

**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

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Old 08.09.2021, 15:24
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First checkbox: matches on any
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Old 08.09.2021, 15:26
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Old 08.09.2021, 15:33
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You have to uncheck it, else the rule will match on ANY link
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I see you mean uncheck matches on any. Now only problem I want if package has only 1 audio file then don't create package name just download to predefined folder. Another problem even for exe files package name always "Various Files" in other words package name can't be automatically created.

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**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
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Old 08.09.2021, 15:39
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Your rule is correct. JDownloader processes rules from top to bottom, so make sure the rule is at last.
You should also specify a package name for list. the directory doesn't contain package tag, so JDownloader doesn't create extra folder for it
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Old 08.09.2021, 15:54
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It's the only rule enabled. But multiple audio files also downloaded without package name. I want only if the package has one audio file then download without package name.
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Old 08.09.2021, 15:59
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It's not possible to create such rules. Rules don't have any knowledge about other links/packages.
Such rules can easily create loops and the outcome of the rules define the information that is condition of the rule itself.
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Old 08.09.2021, 17:53
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Currently with my rule in the screenshot, the packages even more than one mp3 files also go to same folder. Albums, eps must be downloaded the package name I choose and all single mp3s must go to the predefined folder. But there's no rule "if package has 1" file so I can't do it.

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Old 08.09.2021, 18:58
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@tunayx: Do you add individual links manually or a link that results in multiple links? Can you provide examples? In case a decrypter plugin is involved, maybe we can find a solution.
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Old 08.09.2021, 20:32
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Sure, I add multiple links (I don't use link that results in multiple links) then create package by giving it a name so all songs related to album goes that folder. But sometimes I add multiple links but each belongs different artist-album so I don't want any package-folder name for each one but I want them to be saved to predefined folder. This must be valid for only audio files.

Here's example, I set the package name by myself as Sugardaddy - How Long
Will be saved to:
e:\1 DOWNLOADS\Sugardaddy - How Long\

<a href="**External links are only visible to Support Staff**>Download</a>
<a href="**External links are only visible to Support Staff**>Download</a>
<a href="**External links are only visible to Support Staff**>Download</a>
<a href="**External links are only visible to Support Staff**>Download</a>
<a href="**External links are only visible to Support Staff**>Download</a>
<a href="**External links are only visible to Support Staff**>Download</a>
<a href="**External links are only visible to Support Staff**>Download</a>

And for just one track, this should be go to predefined folder (like MyMP3s) without package name created.

**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

Such one track songs always will be saved to without any user interaction:
e:\1 DOWNLOADS\MyMP3s\

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e:\1 DOWNLOADS\<jd:packagename>
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Old 09.09.2021, 12:33
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Visual explain

**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
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Old 09.09.2021, 16:42
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@tunayx: What I don't understand? You add the links first and them customize the package name? and move/organize the links? When you organize them, easily rightclick-> move to new package, there you specify the package name and can enable/disable the subfolder checkbox?
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Enable/disable the subfolder checkbox or set the package name for each "one song" package is really tiring & time wasting. Also such folders each has one songs in my computer causes big mess. I want albums have folders and all such single songs go to predefined directory so no more digging to find out which folder is an album.
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Old 10.09.2021, 19:10
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@tunayx: why not disable subfolders by default? then you only have to enable it once for each album package
eg create subfolder rule that does not auto subfolder links from your source and then you can organize them and last step, set subfolder for those album packages easily

You could also create a custom rightclick context menu action that auto handles this for you, see
https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=70525
maybe ask mgpai for hints/help with creating such a script.
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