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Old 23.10.2011, 21:07
k3rim k3rim is offline
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Default Package files by folder - mediafire

hi everyone

I have this idea and it would be great to see it in jd

if there is a mediafire folder which contain many subfolders each containg files

so is it possible that the pakaging in "link grabber" would be according to the files distribution in every folder?
so the package represent the subfolder with its the sublisted-files in it

sorry for my bad english
and thank you

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Old 23.10.2011, 21:40
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We can only set limited subfolders, also in JD we have no sub-packages.

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Old 24.10.2011, 11:00
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Your requirement is similar to that by vivi in "Preserving downloaded folder structure".

As sub-packages are too difficult to implement I propose the following design for this sub-folder scenario :-

1) The customer adds a folder, that has files and sub-folders, to jD.

2) jD scans the folder and returns all files and sub-folders in that folder.

3) The customer can then decide to scan one of the sub-folders and the process repeats recursively.

No sub-packages are needed. jD just creates a new package and the customer can set new folder paths to download. The only added feature is that jD shows the sub-folders and provides a function to scan the (sub-)folder link.
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