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kindrudekid
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Sep 28 2011, 12:05 am
I need filters for

archives

images

videos

exe and msi

srt


files downloaded from
addic7ed.com, subscene.com

filehippo.com

sourceforge.net

dropbox.com

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Cyan
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Sep 28 2011, 1:07 pm
Hi,

You didn't give enough informations.

I would like to know :
- do you want to use a different folder for the files downloaded from these website? (ie. an archive downloaded from my website would go to another/default folder?)
- if you download an archive from a website not in the list you gave, where do you want it to be saved?

- Do you want to store every filetype you listed in the same folder for all the domain you gave me, or a folder per filetype per domain?



The easier way to set a filter based on a domain is :

Filters Domain
All    
= Regexp.
File name
All    
= Regexp.
Local folder



Everything downloaded from this website will go to the subscene folder.



If you want to make a different folder according to the file type for that website, then create different filters :

Filters Domain
All    
= Regexp.
File name
All    
= Regexp.
Local folder

Filters Domain
All    
= Regexp.
File name
All    
= Regexp.
Local folder

Filters Domain
All    
= Regexp.
File name
All    
= Regexp.
Local folder

Filters Domain
All    
= Regexp.
File name
All    
= Regexp.
Local folder


Note 1:
If you want to use multiple file extension on the same filter, it's not "zip, rar", but:
.*(zip|rar|xxx|yyy)$ + regexp checkbox active!

Note2:
Files you download through sourceforge website are not hosted by sourceforge but by web servers companies offering some free spaces to sourceforge.
Be sure to either :
- Use the correct host name for the file you are downloading
or
- Go to ASF options > page 2 > set search order to 1,5
1,5 = search the domain of the file. if it doesn't match, then look at the current website domain : sourceforge.net ? ok it's matching!
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kindrudekid
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Sep 29 2011, 4:15 am
yeah different folders

i want subtitles to go to sub
exe amd msi to applications
images to go to images folder and so on
filehippo and source forge to into their same named directories
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Cyan
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Sep 29 2011, 9:37 am
Filters Domain
All    
= Regexp.
File name
All    
= Regexp.
Local folder

Filters Domain
All    
= Regexp.
File name
All    
= Regexp.
Local folder

Filters Domain
All    
= Regexp.
File name
All    
= Regexp.
Local folder

Filters Domain
All    
= Regexp.
File name
All    
= Regexp.
Local folder


The filter order is important here.
Subtitle can go anywhere (whatever subtitles website, it should go into subtitle folder).

But you have to place "exe&msi" filter bellow the filehippo and sourceforge filter, so any exe from sourceforge will go to filehippo or sourceforge folder, and exe not from sourceforge or filehippo will go to application folder.

Don't forget to go to ASF preferences > options > page 2 > filter order 1,5 or else it won't work for sourceforge.


I think this is what you want, just everything (any filetype) from sourceforge in sourceforge folder, not subfolder (application,sub,archive) in the sourceforge folder?



If you want sub-folders for each filetype per domain, you can try these filters:

First, go to ASF preferences > dynamic folder > enable.
It will allow you to manually edit the path to add renaming tags.
Then create a filter per filetype (you can place then in any order you want, they are not conflicting):

Subtitles
Filters Domain
All    
= Regexp.
File name
All    
= Regexp.
Local folder

Archives
Filters Domain
All    
= Regexp.
File name
All    
= Regexp.
Local folder

Pictures
Filters Domain
All    
= Regexp.
File name
All    
= Regexp.
Local folder

Applications
Filters Domain
All    
= Regexp.
File name
All    
= Regexp.
Local folder



The $asf_rd$xxxxxxxxxxx$asf_rd$ is a special tag to put in the save path.
It's used to analyze the content of the domain and use the found/matching part as data for the folder name.

if sourceforge is found in the domain name/URL, then it's copied to the folder name, else it's not using it.


• .exe from sourceforge will go to: D:\download\sourceforge\applications\
• .exe from filehippo will go to: D:\download\filehippo\applications\
• .exe from my website will go to: D:\download\\applications\
The double anti-slash doesn't have incidence, it's removed before creating the folder on your HDD.
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