Can Mass Downloader mine an HTML page for the links to EPS files that are listed in the code? The website shows JPG thumbnails and when you click on them, it downloads the EPS file to the download folder. It''s tedious at best to click, then mouse-wheel to go to the next one, then click, etc. and I want to find a grabber that can mine the HTML code for those files, then download them. I do not need the JPG files.
I attached a sample of the HTML source code to the email to support but its really too long to put here.
Thanks for your ideas.
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Please try the following: load this page in Internet Explorer or FireFox browser, right-click the page and select "Mass Downloader: download All files" popup menu item.
Will your EPS links be listed in the appeared dialog?
Can it be done with the standalone version, or do you have an updated plugin?
> Can it be done with the standalone version, or do you have an updated plugin?
Sorry, my bad! I downloaded the NEWEST version of MD just now and the add-on seems to work. But when I do the right-click "Download All," the Preview screen does not drill down deep enough to find the EPS files which are buried a few folders deep. I tried it in the MD User Interface and it only downloads the mhtml page, I''d need to be able to specify that I only want a certain file type, in that deeper folder. Is there any way to specify the path? I tried this in Offline Explorer which worked, except it triggered a link that it should not have triggered (pushed a button) so that renders it not useful to me.
Thanks for your time!
> Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MP Staff
Yes I think OE will work very well for this if 1) i can keep it from crawling that link and 2) I can pick and choose what files get downloaded and where.
Is there any way we can discuss this by email for privacy purposes? THANKS OLEG!
> > Best regards,
> > Oleg Chernavin
> > MP Staff
> Yes I think OE will work very well for this if 1) i can keep it from crawling that link and 2) I can pick and choose what files get downloaded and where.
> Is there any way we can discuss this by email for privacy purposes? THANKS OLEG!
I have sent the information you requested to email@example.com and the subject like says To OLEG, Thanks!
Have a great day!