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07-02-2004 06:12 PM

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I currently copy and paste all the links i want to download from a text file, it would be really useful if igetter would recognise more than one url when pasted into it, as at the moment it seems to regard it as all one url.
Or am i missing a trick, is there any character that will define multiple urls within one paste?

07-07-2004 04:22 PM

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Mike (Again)

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Guess not then!!!!

08-24-2004 10:57 PM

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George Goodwin

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Using a file as input

This would be a fantastic addition to the program.
I get lists of 1-200 files to be downloaded, and moving them 1 by 1 to the target is somewhat painful. the files are CR separated, and just telling iGetter the name of the file would make my job easier (and reduce RSI)

04-09-2005 11:28 PM

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This is a little late but can help...

you can use applescript to do this (i use it a lot ;))

First you need to open the script editor, located Applications >>> applescript >>> script editor

then copy paste this and click run on the script editor:

set texto to display dialog "Insert url's here" default answer ""
set tex to text returned of texto
set caca to every paragraph of tex as list
set cuenta to the count of caca

repeat cuenta times

tell application "iGetter"
GetURL item cuenta of caca
set cuenta to cuenta - 1

end tell
end repeat

and then you only have to copy paste the url's, in the window that appear,

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