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12-04-2001 03:23 AM

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I think here is a bad feature of iGetter 1.5 is that sometimes I've to download files from secure sites like https and when I click on link to download the file, the message appears that the file has been caught be iGetter, but there is no download in iGetter. I tried again and again but couldn't succeeded.
Is there a way to download a file directly within a browser and I could stop to go a downloadable file into iGetter.



12-07-2001 10:24 AM

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For now iGetter doesn't support downloading from the secure https servers. We plan to include this feature in the next versions.
To download files from HTTPS servers with your IE, Netscape or Opera browser you must disable iGetter plug-in that it will not catch the clicks. To do that you must first quit all Internet browsers and then uncheck the 'Watch for clicks in Internet Browsers' option in the Watch For preferences of iGetter. Disabling of this option for now requires some manual settings of your browser. Read the FAQ answer at for more info.
However, this inconvenience is already fixed. In the next version, iGetter will setup and restore IE File Helper preferences automatically. Also for your convenience switching of the browsers integration function will be placed in the Tools menu.
So if you plan to download from HTTPS sites it's better to set off the browsers integration of iGetter and use other methods of integration like contextual menu function 'Download with iGetter' in IE or 'Copy link to clipboard' in other browsers.

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