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10-16-2009 03:33 AM

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marelli156

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Hello. I'm a new user of iGetter(ver 2.7.5.) with Firefox(ver 3.5.3.). Based on the forum search results my problem with my member site seems to be very similar to that of "Rapidshare". I entered both "http://.XXX.com/" and "http://.XXX.com/files/" in the site manager panel with my member ID and PW. I commonly use browser contextual command and very frequently "Add to queue" window lists only htmls without any files like jpg, rar, mpeg,etc. My member site does not provide any setting function for the direct download. How to grab all files at any depth? Thank you for your help in advance.

10-16-2009 08:44 AM

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iGetter has a site explorer that allows you to process web and ftp sites and download files by your choice, but if you need to download an entire web site you will need an offline browser.

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iGetter Support

10-17-2009 11:32 AM

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marelli156

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Thank you for your prompt correspondence.
You may be right but I'm wondering why iGetter does not reach to the actual files at the deeper layers. It also happens to the site explorer function. It stops after showing the index located at the first layer. Is it specific to my member site or caused by some wrong preference setting.

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