how to download this site
|emmerald||05/07/2007 10:50 am|
|how can i download just the big pictures from this site.
when i put the site in oe pro, it dosent even list the links on the page and i cannot find the links to the large pictures. if anyone can download the large pictures can you send me a project download. thanks.
|Oleg Chernavin||05/07/2007 06:04 pm|
|Please try to allow script calculations in the Project Properties dialog - Advanced secton and add the following line to the Project's URLs field:
Then download the Project again. Perhaps, this will help.
|emmerald||05/08/2007 10:23 am|
|thanks that worked. the site is still difficult to download with all the links|
|Oleg Chernavin||05/08/2007 11:22 am|
|Yes, I agree.
|emmerald||05/10/2007 02:05 pm|
|i need some more help man. i was able to download the other pictures from this site, but for some reason i caint download this folder. http://photo.163.com/photos/venilovez/105653762/
i put Additional=ParseIncludedScripts in the url place, but all i get is a thousand links and the large pictures never get loaded. what settings and filters do i have to make to download ONLY the large pictures and not all the links.
|Oleg Chernavin||05/10/2007 02:56 pm|
|Well, this is the only way to handle such sites - to download them twice with that line in the URLs field. The first download loads all scripts, etc. The second one uses them to calculate links.
|emmerald||06/11/2007 04:52 pm|
|ok i understand about having to download them twice. but some of the picture links on that site is 40 levels deep, like this one: http://photo.163.com/photos/venilovez/105653762/ and when i try to download the pictures with all the levels, i get thousands of links.
where, and what do i put in oep to just download files with 'http://photo.163.com/photos/venilovez/' in the url and skip the rest of the non needed links?
|Oleg Chernavin||06/12/2007 04:23 pm|
|Please select that Project, click the Properties button on toolbar, go to URL Filters - Server and select Load from the starting server. Then URL Filters - Directory and again - Load from the starting directory. Click the OK button. This should be enough.
|emmerald||06/13/2007 03:54 pm|
|thanks. how can i show the internal browser. it seemed to dissapear when i upgraded|
|emmerald||06/13/2007 04:19 pm|
| this is what im trying to download:
i clicked on properties/url filters -directory/load files only within the starting directory and below, but nothing 'below' it shows up. it is greyed out. for instance on this picture the url is
http://photo.163.com/photos/venilovez/9486647/204355644/ but the url of the picture is http://img70.photo.163.com/venilovez/9486647/204355644.jpg
do i need to click custom directories configuration to add img70 as a key word?
by the way i still get tons of un needed links. try downloading it yourself and see what i mean.
how can i show the internal browser. it seemed to dissapear when i upgraded
|Oleg Chernavin||06/14/2007 03:14 am|
|What about allowing all servers and using the keyword:
in the URL Filters - Directory.
You can allow the Internal browser in the View - Explorer Bar menu.