Facebook optimization

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Sander 09/26/2011 07:24 am
Sander Schwartz to support

Hi support

I need to download Facebook pages but everytime I enter the "wall" of a given page it loops infinitely.

ex: http://da-dk.facebook.com/villysoevndal

the wall: http://da-dk.facebook.com/villysoevndal?sk=wall

What can I do to prevent this?

Also many pictures etc. does not download properly. Is there anything I can do to improve this?

- Sander
Oleg Chernavin 09/27/2011 07:08 am
Yes, such sites are really tough for downloading. I would suggest you to select the Project that partially downloaded the site, click the AutoSave button on the Internal Browser toolbar and then click Browse. Offline Explorer Pro should download missing files.

Best regards,
Oleg Chernavin
MP Staff
Sander 09/28/2011 08:19 am
This does not solve my problem.

The problems is that the page refreshes infinitely. It does so with every facebook page I have tried, so this is a general problem. It's not that files are missing.

Normal web pages seem to download fine, so it's not that I cannot use the system.

I tried to do as you say, but this changes nothing. It still refreshes or loops or reloads or what I should call it.

This must be a general problem that Offline Explorer Pro cannot download Facebook pages or else please tell me how to solve this problem.
Oleg Chernavin 09/28/2011 01:14 pm
I made some modifications to handle this:

http://www.metaproducts.com/download/betas/opbsetup.exe

Please redownload the site and see if it gets better. Let me know how it works. Thank you!

Oleg.
Sander 09/29/2011 07:24 am
Hi Oleg

Thank you for helping out, but the problem is still the same.

Everytime I acces a facebook wall it starts refreshing like crazy.

No problem on the main pages:
http://www.facebook.com/villysoevndal

But when I access the wall it refreshes:
http://www.facebook.com/villysoevndal?sk=wall
Oleg Chernavin 09/29/2011 07:40 am
Can you send me that page to support@metaproducts.com? I will look at its scripts to see why it happens. I can't reproduce it here - it happened just once.

Oleg.