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Old 19.02.2019, 07:50
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How to customize the search box at the bottom?
I need to add another field to the existing (Filename, Hoster, Package Name, ..)
I want to add a search of (saved to location)

Please how can I add this??
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Old 19.02.2019, 09:54
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I'm sorry but at the moment that's not possible


What do you need this for? maybe we can help with different solution
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Old 19.02.2019, 10:14
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now there is a solution by sorting the "save to" column
but if there is a lot of locations this may be difficult
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Old 19.02.2019, 10:21
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If you can tell us what you're trying to achieve, we might be able to help you/find a solution for it
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Old 19.02.2019, 10:39
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i am looking to enable/ disable packages that related to certain locations, according to the availability of using a high speed internet.
my JD2 is portable, and i am downloading the files in many places and many times during the day through many ISPs
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Old 19.02.2019, 11:04
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So you don't have access to the same files all the time, just few folders?
JDownloader should automatically skip those files where the folder doesn't exist. Or you can make use of portable feature of JDownloader and place the download folder within your JDownloader folder and then can continue download at different locations. eg put JDownloader on large usb stick/hdd
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Old 19.02.2019, 11:11
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no.
all files and "save to" locations are on an external HDD
but due to my sorting philosophy, i am generating folders on the HDD for many youtube videos according to their topics.

so, due to the speed and the size of the files, i enable/ disable the download depending on my situation at the moment

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Old 19.02.2019, 11:20
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Ah okay, understood. You might wanna try the eventscripter (ask mgpai for help, here https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=70525) and maybe create a script that auto enable/disables files/packages as you wish.
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Old 19.02.2019, 11:31
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also no.
my downloading events are not occurring on the same time.
so, events cannot be programmed on certain time daily
this should be done manually

in other words, if I can find a high speed I will download files x1, x2, x3

yes i know i can do this by sorting files and packages list up and down, and also by categorizing the priority levels. But I add many files during the day, it is difficult to rearrange the levels every time. But it is possible

now I have more than 50'000 files waiting for downloading

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Old 19.02.2019, 11:48
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Eventscripter is just the name of the extension. You can also write scripts and assign to rightclick menu or buttons *event is then action*
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Old 20.02.2019, 09:14
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@kov_123, if you are not using the package comment field, you can save the download path there (using a script) and filter the list using that field. This is the closed possible workaround to your preferred solution.

If we have more information on the criteria used to enable/disable the packages, we might be able to provide alternative solutions, either using packagizer or eventscripter.
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