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11-23-2014 04:38 AM

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John Owens

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Hi everyone,

I'm new here and fairly computer illiterate so forgive me if it's a daft question, but having downloaded igetter I am struggling to use it for a Dropbox file. The file won't transfer into igetter in the way that it should and just downloads the conventional way (I am using Safari).

I've tried it out with another file, and that has automatically gone through igetter - I made sure I ticked all the correct boxes for automatic download when installing the programme. The problem I am hoping to use igetter to solve is downloading a huge file - 3.7gb - and being able to resume the download when the internet cuts out rather than just restart it, which is what is happening at the moment.

All help appreciated.



11-25-2014 06:17 AM

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iGetter Support

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If you use Safari, some downloads (usually mail attachments) may not go to iGetter, because Safari takes them on its own. The workaround is to use Chrome or Firefox (either with iGetter integration or FlashGot add-on). See:

iGetter Support

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