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Old 17.04.2013, 08:55
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Default Delete with "Move Files to Recycle Bin"

Hi, I have seen that the latest JDownloader: 2013/04/16 build
When you delete one of the download there is an option:
- Move Files to Recycle Bin

This option does not seem to work for me. It either permanently delete the files or move it to somebody else Recycle Bin. Is that how it is supposed to work or is there a bug on it.
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Old 17.04.2013, 23:01
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Old 23.09.2013, 00:15
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Originally Posted by tony2long View Post
I have just tested it for you, added 2 links, changed folder in package, started first link, disabled when .part had been created, started second link, disabled when .part had been created, deleted first link => only the first .part was deleted. So it works as designed.
If you don't like this correct behavior, open a new thread in Suggestions & Wishes or build your own version because I don't think they will accept your request to change.
I've tested this as well, and selecting to send the file to the recycle bin deletes the downloaded file instead. This is NOT working properly and should definitely be addressed. This happened with a fully completed download. I haven't tested the remove from list portion, but I imagine that it hasn't been fixed yet either as it would appear that everybody is ignoring the problem for lack of a log when it's a simple click and observe instead of a full out crash.
And, it seems that the test you did didn't actually address the issue as described.

To properly complete the test:
Begin two downloads of different files within a single container.
Allow one file to complete and the other to partially complete.
Right-click on the completed file.
Select Delete.
For my problem, choose send the file to the recycle bin. For their problem choose to remove the download from the list only and click OK.
Observe what happens to the file.

Now, if you need a log on how to complete that rather simple task, perhaps you could begin by providing a method to upload a zipped file of the entire log folder for you to sort through as nobody but the devs would be able to figure out which of the 118 log files you would like copied to you.
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