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Old 20.01.2013, 19:11
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Hi,

I would feel better if I could align filelist with Non case-sensitive character.
Could you please add new option for non-case-sensitive alignment of filelist?

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Old 21.01.2013, 08:58
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What exactly do you mean?

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Old 21.01.2013, 13:05
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Hi,
Sorry for confusing you.

I mean that I want to align filelist with non-case-sensitive charcater.

For example,
If I click header of filelist to align filelist by name.

Case of present JD version (Now, 'A' is different as 'a'. It seems AscII order)
1. Apple
2. Banana
3. airplane
4. bronze

But, I want to align like this. (non-case-sensitive method)
1. airplane
2. Apple
3. Banana
4. bronze

Could you please let me know that this is possible?
Thanks.

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Old 21.01.2013, 18:23
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Old 22.01.2013, 06:14
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Thank you for your consideration. :D
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Old 09.02.2013, 13:36
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The Sorter in JDownloader 2 are all case insensitive
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Old 10.02.2013, 02:12
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Yep, I knew.

But, It's not useful for JD 2 because of JD 2 does not support 'Move into to new package'

If there is many packages, I could not sort by filename.

Thank for your reply.
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you can only merge with context menu within linkgrabber tab at this point in time. You can still merge in download tab, but this requires (multi)?selection and drag.
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Old 10.02.2013, 07:12
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Yep,

Thank you for your reply.
I'll try.

(But.., Just I think, It may inconvenience because of I have to move each packages. I hope to see 'Move into new package' function in JD 2 soon)

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