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05-15-2005 08:58 AM

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Dan Warne

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Is it possible with iGetter to automatically sort files into different folder destinations according to their file type?

I recently registered version 2.3 and I haven't been able to figure out how to do this, if it is possible.

05-17-2005 08:30 AM

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Hello Dan,
iGetter can filter your queue by file extension or by folder, but only visually. To move some downloads to a physical folder, filter your downloads by extension, then select some items (or all of them) and drag them to a folder filter. In order to include a desired folder in the folder filters you must choose this folder at New URL (or Item Settings) dialog at least for one download.

iGetter Support

05-22-2005 12:43 AM

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Dan Warne

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Automatic sorting

Thanks for your reply. Is there any possibility of having automatic sorting by "rule" (like Apple Mail rules) implemented in a future version? So for example, I could set up a rule that would say:

Rule 1
*.mp3 into ~\music

Rule 2
Any file greater than 340MB but smaller than 360MB into TV shows

Rule 3
*.dmg into ~\downloads


This would certainly cement iGetter as the power user's choice of download manager on OS X.

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