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02-03-2006 12:35 PM

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I've just downloaded and installed iGetter, and I don't know how I can automatically download all files of a certain type at once.

More precisely, I would like to DL all *.pdf files that are linked on a webpage. One possible solution would be (I suppose) to use the context menu "Get all files with iGetter" but I use Camino 1.0b1, and I have seen in this forum that the contextual menu options do not appear in this version of Camino. I have also seen that I can download a batch of files, but it seems that it only works when files have the same name form with just a number varying.
So, is it not possible to do so in Camino?

I'd appreciate your suggestions.

02-06-2006 06:51 AM

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Hello Antoine,
You can try to use the iGetter "Process Web Page" Tools menu function. Just enter the URL of the web page to process and then set a proper extension filter at the options panel.

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02-08-2006 06:55 AM

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Thank you very much. It works perfectly well.

03-11-2006 12:54 AM

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I was wondering how to do this as well with pdf files - on the webpage are a dozen or so pdf journal articles (each being linked to a cgi-script I believe, here's what the link looks like anyway:

I was wondering if it is possible to grab all these pdfs - the above method doesn't seem to work.

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