- by Azdec, 2 months agoRated 5 out of 5This does exactly what it says it does. Right into your download folder. I just wish I could select the folder I want. My download folder is not the one selected by Windows 10. It has always worked for me, though, no problems, no failures.
- by Davide, 2 years agoRated 4 out of 5It's a nice addon, but why are the images always saved without a file extension? I have to manually rename all the files to .jpg or .png or whatever, which is quite annoying...
Please consider fixing. Thank you!
(macOS 10.15.5, latest Firefox)
- by Too Tuff, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5The ONLY flaw with this extension is that the author refuses (?) to provide a box to allow the user to provide a directory (within the Firefox download) to save the images to.
It's critical to have this feature because if people have images saved thru this tool it would be nice to organize them via saving them directly to a specific directory inside the Downloads.
I've seen other similar extensions already do this, but the flaw with them all is they require multiple clicks when saving...At least this extension is a one-click solution. Just the single flaw of not giving the user the option to provide a directory to save into.
PLEASE FIX THIS.
- by eUROs, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5I will Uninstall this because it downloads only the thumbnails of the images. Not their actual FULL sizes. I have found the perfect Addon/Extension for this kind of Job, it is the "Bulk Image Downloader"! It downloads for me only the specific images I ask from the certain Link. And also the REAL full size images. Not the thumbnail sizes... So I am going to use that one instead).