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what IE downloadmanager lets you dl all selected links

specificly pictures

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Can you be more specific?

In reply to: what IE downloadmanager lets you dl all selected links

I use Flashget as my download manager and it works great. Used to use Free Download Manager but it started getting buggy.

What are you trying to download? Some pictures, all you have to do it right click on them and save as.

Let us know.


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i dont want to have to open new tab for all pics

In reply to: Can you be more specific?

i want them all opened (or pic saved but the size of the link version not preview) or all downloaded. im thinking of pics only but if the other links open to thats fine

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That's a little more difficult...

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I know of some that enable you to download all images found on the page, but it would be the thumbnails that would be downloaded, not the full-sized images linked to. DownloadThemAll would easily do that under Firefox (does it have to be IE?), but unfortunately I don't know of a comparable application/addon for Internet Explorer.


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thats fine but

In reply to: That's a little more difficult...

it opened 266 links when i wanted just the links on that page (the pics preferably) i dont mind the otjher links if it cant be helped but i dont know exactly what its even doing i couldnt find the pic downloads just indexes and stuff

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You can filter for just photos...

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Along the top choose "Pictures and Embedded" instead of "Links," then at the bottom uncheck all boxes under Filters except "Images."

Another thought would be, if all of the pictures you want opened are shown as thumbnails grouped together, the Firefox extension SnapLinks, which lets you automatically open all links within a selected range in new tabs. I use it for the forums and news articles, but since many sites group photo thumbnails in rows or squares, linking to the full images, it may be just the thing you're looking for.

Hope this helps,

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it doesnt download the right pictures

In reply to: You can filter for just photos...

its only downloading pictures on the sides (logos and such) and not the actual pictures i want (this page is a forum where people post messeges and sometimes pictures)

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(NT) Odd. Does SnapLinks fulfill the job?

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