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06-06-2007 05:14 PM

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Rodrigo

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Hi there,

iGetter version: 2.6.1

Bug Description
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Summary: trying to download .mp3 files from a site
Steps to Reproduce:
from Safari browser,
1. i click "Download all with iGetter...",
igetter opens the window "Process web page",
2. i click in "Options" select "Music" in the "Filter by extensions", come back to "Links", only the music files are selected,
3. click "OK", the files appears ready to download, i clik "Start" the .mp3 file turns in a "Confirm" then in a "Index.html", and then the download starts.
But the file downloaded is not the one i choosed.

Expected Results: a mp3 file in my download folder

Actual Results: an .html file in my download folder
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System Information:
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Internet connection (dial-up,etc.): DSL
Hardware:Mac Mini 1.25
OS Version:10.4.9
RAM: 1 Gb
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what should i do?

Thanks

06-06-2007 05:27 PM

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Rodrigo

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in Camino iGetter doesn't recognize the mp3 files when i select only music files, all mp3 files appears with the same name

06-07-2007 08:11 AM

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iGetter Support

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Hello Rodrigo,
It seems that you haven't seen the iGetter bug report form from where you've got the bug description fields. However, the problem in your case is simple the links that you have tried to download are not MP3 download links, but most probably links to advertisement or confirmation pages where the real download links are located. Except some FTP sites the chance to find a web page with direct MP3 download links is very small. So just open some of the "Index.html" pages and see what the provider of these files want to say.

Regards,
iGetter Support

06-08-2007 10:59 AM

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Rodrigo

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Hi,

it seems to me that links are for .mp3 files, you can check here:

http://milvinil.multiply.com/music/item/2920

i even tried to put my user name and password in "item settings" - "Advanced" but it didn't work too...



06-11-2007 07:31 AM

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iGetter Support

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Hello Rodrigo,
multiply.com uses cookies to authenticate their downloads. So you can try the following when you login to multiply.com just check on the Remember me checkbox. Then you will be able to download mp3 or any other files from this site. When you finish just logout from the site if you wish. The other way is to use the "Download with iGetter" command which supports session cookies. The disadvantage of this method is that you have to add files one by one.

Regards,
iGetter Support

06-11-2007 12:58 PM

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Rodrigo

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Hi,

i'm always logged in Multiply, and the "Download with iGetter" doesn't work in the same way.
:(

06-12-2007 08:10 AM

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iGetter Support

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Rodrigo,
Here is the result using the "Download with iGetter" command without checking the multiply.com "Remember me" check box:


Most probably you have an old version of iGetter which is started from the browser. Look at the "About iGetter" dialog when Safari starts it.

Regards,
iGetter Support

06-12-2007 01:04 PM

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Rodrigo

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My iGetter version is 2.6.1, but i 've tried that now,
i went to Preferences - Integration,
checked "Send cookies from browser", and now is working!

thanks a lot!

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