I downloaded a site that came out to 80 gig worth of files. I backed these up to DLT but I want to be able to update my archive without having to leave files on the hard drive (since I already deleted them).
Right now there is no such feature. But I think I will be able to come with some solution in few days. I cannot promise that, but there is a high chance.
> Right now there is no such feature. But I think I will be able to come with some solution in few days. I cannot promise that, but there is a high chance.
> Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MetaProducts corp.
That would be great. Thanks for looking into it.
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> I just sent you an E-mail directly. If you haven`t got it, please write us to email@example.com
> Thank you!
My two cents worth is also that this would be a *great* feature to have!
we`ve been looking at the same problem - we would really like to be able to download `new` files only even after the downloaded files are moved from the HD. As a workaround (to save space), we found that replacing downloaded files with 0-size files (while `check file size` in unchecked in Options) kinda achieves the same result - Offline Explorer will not download files that had been previously donloaded, while letting you to free up room. However, it would really be nice to have this feature.
Now you decide to update downloaded site with Level=1. OE asks the server if a.htm has changed since the last download - the server says "No". OE doesn`t load the page again, because it is the same on the server, but you already removed the page from your disk. OE can`t load the site according Level=1 - it can`t find links to other files that were in a.htm, because there is no such file on the disk. So, the site update fails. The only way for OE is to load a.htm again, even though it hasn`t changed.
As a result - changing Projects settings when you removed loaded files from the hard disk will lead to an incorrect update.
This is a fundamental issue I am still thinking about.