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04-17-2006 04:29 AM

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What is Backup Lists? I looked in the iGetter Help but there was no explanation and when I select it, I get a Save dialog but have no idea what I will be saving.

Also, if I quit iGetter, will the links pending downloads stay there? If not, is there a way to keep them so I don't have to reimport them all?

Great product, by the way! Thanks!

04-17-2006 07:55 AM

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Hello Roger,
The "Backup lists" command just makes a copy of your downloads and history data files. Then using the "Open downloads/history list" command you can open a saved by the "Backup lists" data files. You can use the commands if the power (or system) failures are common events for your machine. (iGetter Downloads.xml and History.xml files are located in the "<Home>/Library/Application Support/iGetter" folder).

By default iGetter saves the changes in the downloads queue at every 10 min. (see "Auto save queue every '#' min" option at iGetter preferences, General panel).

Regards,
iGetter Support

04-18-2006 03:49 AM

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Roger

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Thanks!

Thanks for the prompt response. I tried these out and worked like a charm.

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