|Dr.||09/28/2012 01:47 pm|
|I'm trying to download some links from http://femjoy.com/updates and there's some jquery scripts running here that I'm accounting for. Some of the linked URLs, for example, are formatted as:
This is to view a December 2004 date filter. I can type that URL in my browser and see results. I can similarly add that URL to Offline Explorer and get all the image links displayed in my queue. The page/URL itself, however, doesn't download to my local drive. Any suggestions?
|Oleg Chernavin||09/28/2012 02:54 pm|
|JQuery executes dynamic URLs that are not visible in HTML. They are calculated based on entered or selected values. This is why it is yet impossible to download automatically.
I would suggest you to use the Browse With AutoSave to try to get them.
|Dr.||09/28/2012 03:18 pm|
|That did not help|
|Oleg Chernavin||09/28/2012 03:44 pm|
|Sorry, there is no other way so far.
|Dr.||09/28/2012 06:17 pm|
|I see the problem. For some reason, a URL added by autosave, such as
gets downloaded to my local drive as
gets translated to ..._03A3F2A206
Something to do with the word offset or %22offset%22
|Oleg Chernavin||09/29/2012 07:13 am|
|Unfortunately, Windows doesn't allow too long filenames, so Offline Explorer truncates them and replaces the last part with hash value to make files unique. Sorry, there is no way to overcome this.