Hi, i think there may be a bug with the latest download monitor release (126.96.36.199.1), it wasnt doing this with the previous version.
My WP site is in a sub directory for testing purposes.
When download monitor is outputting the links, it gives http://www.mywebsite.com/wp-content/downloads/…*** url **.
However, since my site is in a sub-directory called wp/, the URL fails with a 404 file not found. Putting the wp so the url becomes wp/wp-content and the URL works.
This is very strange as i didnt have this before the upgrade, all the files were opening fine.
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