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Developer Options / Java System Properties

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How do I set System Properties?

Your custom system properties are stored in the system.properties configuration file in the FileBot application data folder. You can create / modify the system.properties configuration file via Icon Advanced Settings in the Debug Console (open via F5 keyboard shortcut) in the FileBot Desktop application or via the properties script on the command-line.

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filebot -script fn:properties --def key=value
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General Options

Disable Windows file path validation on Unix platforms: unixfs = true | false

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filebot -script fn:properties --def unixfs=true
Configure parallelism level: parallelism = <min>..<max>

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filebot -script fn:properties --def parallelism=8..64
Configure main thread priority: priority = 1..10

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filebot -script fn:properties --def priority=1


User Interface Options

Configure Look and Feel: net.filebot.theme = Darcula | Nimbus | System

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filebot -script fn:properties --def net.filebot.theme=Darcula
Configure File Dialog implementation: net.filebot.UserFiles.fileChooser = Zenity | Swing | AWT | JavaFX

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filebot -script fn:properties --def net.filebot.UserFiles.fileChooser=Swing
Configure Trash implementation: net.filebot.UserFiles.trash = System | JNA | XDG | Move | Hide | Delete

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filebot -script fn:properties --def net.filebot.UserFiles.trash=Delete
System ... use Desktop.moveToTrash implementation
JNA ... use DefaultFileUtils.moveToTrash implementation
XDG ... use /usr/bin/trash or /usr/bin/gio trash system commands
Move ... atomically move files to a Trash folder located at {drive}/Trash for each mount point, drive or network share
Hide ... rename files by adding a . prefix to the file name
Delete ... just delete files



Logging Options

Enable debug logging: net.filebot.logging.debug = ALL | FINE | INFO

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filebot -script fn:properties --def net.filebot.logging.debug=ALL
Enable color logging: net.filebot.logging.color = true | false

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filebot -script fn:properties --def net.filebot.logging.color=true
Print timestamp for each log record: net.filebot.logging.time = true | false

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filebot -script fn:properties --def net.filebot.logging.time=true


Network Options

Configure HTTP request retry limit and retry delay: try initial request, wait 2 minutes on failure, retry 2nd request, wait 8 minutes on failure, retry 3rd request

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filebot -script fn:properties --def net.filebot.CachedResource.retryLimit=2 net.filebot.CachedResource.retryDelay=PT2M net.filebot.CachedResource.retryMultiplier=4


Java Options

Force IPv4 network connections: java.net.preferIPv4Stack = false | true

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filebot -script fn:properties --def java.net.preferIPv4Stack=true
Force UI scale factor: sun.java2d.uiScale = 1 | 2 | 4

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filebot -script fn:properties --def sun.java2d.uiScale=2
Enable Direct3D render pipeline: sun.java2d.d3d = true | false

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filebot -script fn:properties --def sun.java2d.d3d=true
Enable OpenGL render pipeline: sun.java2d.opengl = true | false

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filebot -script fn:properties --def sun.java2d.opengl=true


Java Environment Variables

Manually configure CPU and RAM resource limits for the java process:

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export JAVA_OPTS="-XX:ActiveProcessorCount=1 -Xmx512"
filebot -script fn:sysinfo
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