resume from where I stoped without parsing
|Jimmy||11/03/2009 10:47 am|
|is there a way that I can start from where I stoped last time without parsing?
bcause it takes too long to parising file.
|Oleg Chernavin||11/03/2009 10:49 am|
|You may use Download - Suspend to File. And resume from that file any time later.
|Jimmy||11/03/2009 12:18 pm|
|thanks for the tip!
I also wondering what if I exit the OE? In this case will the "suspending" work?
|Oleg Chernavin||11/03/2009 12:23 pm|
|Yes, after you have suspended to a file, you may exit Offline Explorer, reboot the computer, etc. Resuming from the file will work correctly any time later. The only restriction is to keep the Project that you have suspended.
If you would delete the Project, resuming from file will fail.
|Jimmy||11/03/2009 02:48 pm|
|thanks it works.
Also when I 'suspend to the file", will it still save the file to the same direction as what I did before,
or ave it as a single "file"?
I have another question, how can I run two projects at the same time and save them to the different folders?
|Oleg Chernavin||11/03/2009 04:33 pm|
|Suspend to file makes two files - with .wdq and .wdqh extensions.
You may create another folder in the Projects tree and use its Properties dialog to assign a different download directory. Then all projects in this folder will use another location to save downloaded files.