how to resume dowload if connection is broken?
|Sergey||07/10/2007 09:55 am|
|how to resume dowload if connection is broken?|
|Oleg Chernavin||07/10/2007 10:06 am|
|Simply select the Project and press Ctrl+F5 to get missing files.
A more advanced way is to use Download menu - Suspend to File. And resume from file when necessary.
|BBR||09/27/2007 02:26 pm|
|> Simply select the Project and press Ctrl+F5 to get missing files.
> A more advanced way is to use Download menu - Suspend to File. And resume from file when necessary.
I'm downloading file about 500mb and connection broken somewhere in the middle.
Now I need to continue downloading not the "missing files", but all incomplette files exactly from the points where connection was broken.
This is a trival resume operation that supportet by almost ALL software ranging from wget to Teleport. How can I resume incomplete files with OE?
> Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MP Staff
|Oleg Chernavin||09/27/2007 02:46 pm|
|There is no way to resume incomplete file. You can only resume incomplete site download.
|BBR||09/27/2007 03:13 pm|
|Do you plan to support this feature in future OE releases?
Again, this is a common and hardly needed feature. Very strange what OE miss it. I hope this omission may be and will be fixed soon.
|Oleg Chernavin||09/27/2007 03:19 pm|
|We did that because it is offline browser and not a file downloader. It has different purpose. What it can do now is send big files to Mass Downloader, which supports resume. This is possible using the Project Properties dialog - File Filters sections.