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03-13-2005 06:15 AM

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I have no problem simultaneously adding a huge list of links on IE to the iGetter queue, but there seems to be no "download all with iGetter" option when you click one of the links. Does it simply not work this way with Netscape?

03-14-2005 05:51 AM

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Hello Rachel,
Contextual menu function "Download all with iGetter" is available in Internet Explorer, Safari, OmniWeb, Camino and Opera. As an alternative, you can paste a web page URL directly in the iGetter "Process Web Page" function.

iGetter Support

03-14-2005 08:54 AM

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As a user, I better say its possibly because Netscape/Firefox aren't 'native" applications for OS X.

You should try using Camino for OS X which is a native OS X application and also uses Gecko engine.

If netscape 8 ships for mac, it will be likely Camino.

Just a thought.

ps: You can process webpage via copying,pasting its URL to iGetter site explorer. It will be much better, e.g. you can select a different folder for all files downloaded from that site etc.

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