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|User since||March 3, 2013|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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FF26 broke it but there's a quick replacement already up, one thing I always wished though was clearing the statusbar downloads would clear my download history, would love to see that in V2 as well as a better look, it was always a bit rough and didn't like themes
Been using it over the week, first day it saved me hours of monotonous clicking on a page that didn't have FTP support but had thousands of small single files I wanted. It then saved me hours the next day saving images from an image board, even across multiple pages/threads using batch descriptors. DTA has found itself a permanent place in my addons page.This user has 2 previous reviews of this add-on.
Here I am a few days later learning about some amazing batch descriptors for defining how to grab various things across multiple pages and it just keeps saving me time, I don't think I'll ever be without it again.
I just wish it would play nicer with some other downloaders as I don't use it for youtube and yet it keeps popping itself in anyway.
was going insane slowly clicking one file at a time and remembered hearing about this, just grabbed it and within a minute or two I grabbed 1,200 files, granted they were small but with so many and no FTP options available for grabbing them this add on just saved me hours of clicking. I imagine it also works well with time sensitive sites like image boards where a few thousand pictures in a thread can be very time consuming to grab and you're worrying about a 404.
Been using it a long time and recently sites are catching on, some youtube channels mostly vevo, and various other streaming sites from time to time. Other than that it's a great little add on I love and still works for upwards of 80% of what I need it for, for the rest there's always screen recorders (worst case scenario)This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.36).