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Old 04.05.2013, 10:43
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Default Don't ask for Reset confirmation when no file exists on disk

I get "File(s) will be deleted! (1)" even when no such file exists on disk. Another click to get through. Please, drop the confirmation dialog when there is no file on disk.

Reset is nicer, but it doesn't clear bogus "Download limit has been reached" messages (maybe it should).

Is there a bugtracker? I can't easily find the link (e.g. from the top menu Home / News / Download ...). There is a link under Help,

http://jdownloader.org/knowledge/bugtracker

but it gives the error message

An error occurred while fetching this feed: http://svn.jdownloader.org/repositor...jd?format=atom

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Old 05.05.2013, 03:17
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If you know what reset does, tick "Don't show this again".
Bug tracker is here: http://svn.jdownloader.org/projects/jd/issues
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Old 05.05.2013, 11:36
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I know what reset does, and I WANT IT TO WARN ME, but ONLY when it is about to erase a file. If there is no file on disk, it should not pop up the dialog.

Got it, tony2long? I'm curious, did you read the OP before replying?

Oh, and the bug tracker doesn't seem to be open to the public -- correct? Which is pretty crappy for a supposedly open-source product.

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Old 05.05.2013, 17:25
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Bug tracker is open to the public for read only. You can not make/edit/comment on tickets

Idea seems valid to me, why issue a popup dialog if
a) file has been removed by the user (via another medium)
b) never even existed to start with (btw no point to resetting anyway...) reset only removes the download progress and data on disk. It doesn't reset any other stored info like saved final downloadlinks (for resume purposes).


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