|Andy||12/10/2005 09:28 am|
There is a website called mycomics.com that I have a subscription to. Earlier this year I used Offline Explorer Pro to download all the Calvin & Hobbes comments. Mycomics.com noticed & `obfusticated` the site with some indirection or something so that further attempts of me to download the Calvin & Hobbes comics failed. It didn`t matter as I had all of them up to date & could have the others emailed to me since their is only a year left till the comics recycle to the beginning anyway.
Unfortunately my stinking harddrive failed & I can`t come up with the right formula to download them all again. This time I want to make it look like I actually clicked through them all so as to avoid them scrambling the site again.
I am trying this:
Basically an attempt to iterate the date from 19851117 to what is being some for the currect date which for today 20051210 is 19941210.
It seems like it would be easy but the macro I wrote above goes way back to the the early 1900s which it doesn`t look like it would.
Can anyone help me please? Thanks.
|Oleg Chernavin||12/12/2005 11:32 am|
|Well, I don`t have access to this site, so I don`t know how actual URLs look like. Can you post some of such URLs here?
|Andy||12/12/2005 12:45 pm|
|> Well, I don`t have access to this site, so I don`t know how actual URLs look like. Can you post some of such URLs here?
> Best regards,
> Oleg Chernavin
> MP Staff
Hello Mr. Chernavin,
OK, thanks for your help.
|Oleg Chernavin||12/12/2005 12:56 pm|
|You are welcome!