dokha last edited by
this addon is a bit of a mess... if u click "oneclick" it opens a certain window, if you click "downthemall!" it opens the same window..
just clutterful and confusing
multitasker-5 last edited by leocg
A follow-up to my post of 5 months ago. I worked out how to have this extension do something in Opera, though it under a fully manual control. From a Right Click context menu, I open a separate small window with 'Add Download',. then input the download URL from a clipboard Copy. (In these cases, one must first be properly logged into the site in question, in order to be able to download at all.) This gets a DTA download going.
What remains to be answered is: WHY this strictly manual approach, when under the aforementioned legacy FireFox DTA initiates the requested download automatically, in effect intercepting the download request that the browser would ordinarily offer to do. That is a smoother, preferred behavior that I had long been used to.
Also, Why is the DTA download under Opera so abysmally Slow ?? We're talking a low kb/s vs. a decent MB/s that I typically got under the old FireFox.
Perhaps there are some valid reasons, and I'd love to hear about from the developers.
A Former User last edited by
Очень неудобно! Постоянно приходится нажимать «сохранить» кнопку. И так каждый файл. А если качается весь сайт, то придётся нажимать «сохранить» сотни раз.
artman89 last edited by
@kon7525ru-0: Чтобы этого не происходило, нужно выключить опцию в настройках, что-то вроде "Спрашивать каждый раз куда сохранить файл". Эта опция находится там же, где настраивается путь к downloads фолдеру.
loichtfoier last edited by
Useless, because the clipboard is not evaluated, as it is the case in JDownloader. Without this function a downloader is meaningless.
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multitasker-5 last edited by
Depends what you mean by "dead." The functionality of the Opera version seems to be sorely limited . . . and I'm guessing that would likewise hold true for the contemporary FireFox edition. I continue to use the old-extensions-architecture version of DTA in a FireFox Legacy 5290 setup, where it mostly continues to work as it always did. Some sites tell me that this browser is outdated or no longer supported, but I'm able to ignore the warning and proceed. An exception would be in cases where the file to be downloaded exceeds somewhere around 1.7 GB, and DownThemAll will then just quickly download a useless HTML info file. I'm not sure why, and don't recall that being a regular problem back when these programs were still considered current. In Win-10, some of the controls for that old FireFox do not display, but I've found shortcut workarounds. When you have a tool you like that is still at least fairly useful, you do what you must to be able to keep on using it.
flipmode last edited by leocg
Does It Work On YouTube ??
multitasker-5 last edited by
I don't think so. I think your best bets for YT downloading are either TubeDigger or Allavsoft Downloader (both paid programs), although TD is cheap with uncommonly generous license terms, and the Allavsoft turns up once in a rare while as a free promo, with a one-year license.
etelka last edited by
How can I get processed multiple urls (in a similar way to "DownthemAll - all tabs") to scan in batch mode, but picking them from clipboard or a list in text file?