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Old 24.05.2010, 10:03
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Hi,

It would be great if URLs parsed and listed in Linkgrabber list and then listed in Download list were in the same order they were present in Add URL(s) window (menu Links->Add links->Add URL(s)) URLs text field.

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Old 24.05.2010, 12:51
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I think this won't be possible as links are grouped into packages. This destroys the order of the links you paste.

What you can do is paste the links in smaller quantities and move them to the Download pane after every paste operation.
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Old 24.05.2010, 14:08
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Even if there is nothing to group and one new package would correspond to one file, packages are created and listed in Linkgrabber list in different order than it was in Add URL(s) window when adding new links. Links could be parsed and added to Linkgrabber list in order they were listed in Add URL(s). If package had more than one file/link it is still possible to keep order for the other links that create one package per file.

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Old 24.05.2010, 18:33
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Old 25.05.2010, 01:51
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@ libik,
I am sorry, I do not understand why maintaining the order is important. Would you provide description of a situation in which it would be important?
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I also don't understand it^^

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Old 27.05.2010, 15:22
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@ libik,
I am sorry, I do not understand why maintaining the order is important. Would you provide description of a situation in which it would be important?
Hi drbits,

It is basically (at least for me) a matter of organization of files that are downloaded first (that are needed most and want to have them first), organising them in order of importance in download list, especially, when this list is quite long and files are big. For example, one finds links on web pages, some files are more important than the others, so more important files are placed on top of the link list, less important goes after them, and so on. And all link sorting of importance is done, for example, in a text file before adding them to JD (for example, when one is not sitting in front of his computer, and cannot download files right away). These links are collected in time, so one could download them in bulk later.
I understand that one could sort these files after adding them to JD by using toolbar buttons or shortcut keys, but it would be great if one could have an option to sort his files for download before adding them to JD, and that JD would keep this order after adding these links to linkgrabber and then download list using Add URL(s) window. Of cource packages can include more than one file from that list, but very often only one package is created per file, so these packages could be listed in the same order they were added.

Also, in my opinion, it is naturally to expect that you get files listed in download list in the same order as they were inserted in Add URL(s) window (unless some settings in JD were set to allow it to sort added files in some other way).

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Old 27.05.2010, 22:30
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We need a small program (eventually maybe a plugin) to read a text file of links and copy them directly to the download list (either using the Remote Control or CNL interface. I prefer CNL). A text file format for saving and retrieving links is already considered an important feature for the near future.
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