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12-18-2005 11:45 PM

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I am trying to apply a filter so that I only download JPG files. However, while there is a 'New filter' contextual menu item available on the Extensions icon, there is no contextual menu at all coming up on the Folder icon. Since a download from a web page is only applicable to a 'folder', it appears that there is no way of applying a filter to the set of links on a web page. Is this correct?

iGetter version: 2.4
Mac OS: 10.3.8.


12-23-2005 07:28 AM

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Hello Greg,
If you use the browser's contextual menu function "Download all with iGetter" or iGetter "Process Web Page" Tools menu function, you can apply a custom filter by extension i.e "jpeg, jpg" and choose a separate folder on the "Process Web Page" Options tab panel.

Also, we plan to add the ability to make combinations between Extensions and Folders filters in some of the future versions of iGetter.

iGetter Support

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