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Old 02.06.2014, 19:11
Bosco Talwain Bosco Talwain is offline
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Default start downloads / start all downloads

Started using JD2 a couple months ago, and it's great, but I really don't like the right click menu "Start Downloads" followed by "Start All Downloads" functionality on the LinkGrabber page. I cannot seem to get used to this and almost every time click "Start Downloads" (since it is at the top of the list, and since it says "Downloads" plural instead of something like "Start Selected") when I want all of the LinkGrabber contents to start downloading (as it used to work in JD1, if I'm remembering correctly. This mistake wouldn't be as bad if it didn't split downloads into separate parts when it does this. If I'm trying to download a movie of multiple parts and accidentally click "Start Downloads" then that download is broken into multiple downloads that won't automatically unrar anymore.

I doubt I will convince anyone, but think that "Start All Downloads" should be the default behavior instead of this.

Anyway, thanks for a great program.
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Old 02.06.2014, 20:33
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You can move/alter context menus and spelling to suit your own desire.

settings > user interface > right click: linkgrabber table
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