This extension connects your browser to the JDownloader, which is a Java-based download manager. The extension offers two operation modes: 1. Sends downloading jobs from the right-click context...
This extension connects your browser to the JDownloader, which is a Java-based download manager. Operation Modes: 1. Sends downloading jobs from the right-click context menu 2. Interrupts the built-in download manager and redirects your requests to the JDownloader The second mode is disabled by default.
It enables you to send links, selections and image urls directly to one of your connected JDownloader. What this extension does: * It enables you to remotely control your running JDownloader * Add links to your queue * Get a quick overview about the download status What this extension does NOT: This is no standalone download manager.
MyJDownloader allows you to remote control your JDownloader from everywhere. Use the web interface, your phone or tablet with Android, iOS or Windows 10 or the extensions for Firefox, Chrome or Opera.
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This extension offers integration with JDownloader (a Java-based download manager). By default the toolbar icon is disabled. In this mode, downloads are handled by the internal download manager. Once the extension is enabled from the toolbar button (when the icon is colorful), then an observer is installed.
This extension should stay logged in and automatically recognize a user that is already logged in at my.jdownloader website. Thus, the communication between the web-version and this extension is bad and needs improvement, e.g. using the same session ID.
JDownloader supports 14 different file extensions, that's why it was found in our database. The following tables provide information about the association of JDownloader with file extensions. If the JDownloader program can be used to convert the file format to another one, such information will also be provided.
This extension needs the FlashGot Add-On to be enabled in JDownloader and is then able to send whole “block” of links to JD if you double click one of the links. It also adds a right click context menu to Chrome, just like the “JDownloader Integration for Google Chrome”.