SHA-3 support? Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I could not find any other download manager which supports "hash-check". Very,very useful a "Must have addon".
Are you planning to add SHA-3 (Keccak) support to the program in the near future?
best Rated 5 out of 5 stars
best app without limitation even though it's free.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Great Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I have used this add-on for more than 3 years as default download manager and it's the best add-on i have seen till now
Adding new feature Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Please, make it possible to copy not only URL column, but Desciption column also.
Dissapointing Rated 2 out of 5 stars
I have used this in the past with great success, but just installing it now I can get no success and have installed the Chrome equivlent.
My problem is that whatever I do it wants to RENAME everything. So I am downloading n001.dat, n001.hea and n002.dat... etc..... IT renames the FIRST FILE and then, before downloading the second it says, n_ something already exists, rename or skip?
I have seen from the forum people will think I am being an idiot, but I think it is a bug. There seems no way to NOT rename. Yes of course I have followed the various patronising advice that forum members dish out.
I expect an update will fix it at some stage.
This addon is the best ever Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I have used this addon for more than 5 years as default download manager and it's the best addon in it's category
download fermo a 99% Rated 1 out of 5 stars
quando si scaricano file di grosse dimensioni , stavo scaricando 4 gb, si ferma a 99%. Ho provato a mettere in pausa e riavviare ma nulla...consigli?
Used to be good Rated 1 out of 5 stars
This used to be a good D/L manager, but all the file access errors is excessive. It is more likely to get the error than the file your trying to D/L. I have moved on from this to a better free manager.
Worthless Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Gets to 99% of a 2GB file, says file access error and starts from the beginnig. at least firefox doesn't destroy downloads. Don't use this garbage.
Schedule bug Rated 1 out of 5 stars
When enable schedule and restart FF addon is not working - in's installed but not working.
After disable schedule and restart, all is ok.
Currently ruined by File Access Error Rated 1 out of 5 stars
I loved this addon, but in the past 6 months or so, maybe half of the downloads fail and give me a "file access error".
No solutions so far. And the partial download disappears, so I have to restart all of the time. With big files, it's become a frustrating addon.
And the only reason I still use it is for the limiting of the download speed. IT IS BAFFLING that firefox does not have a simple way to limit the speed of the downloads. In my case, downloading something eats up all the speed and I can't do anything else in meantime. That's when I use downthemall, but now it fails half of the times.
File management via the Manager Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Downloaded file names (or numbers) can be intervened and auto-sorted consecutively, if they are in one output download folder, such as 0001 > 1 > 0002 > 2 ... 0100 > 100, so on. This is very difficult to select and extract in the folder.
If you add the right-click ability of cutting/moving the downloaded files by selecting them directly on the Manager window, it will be great.
It slows down my internet Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Whenever I'm downloading something with this add-on, it slows down my internet drastically to the point where if I try connecting to a website, it just says it couldn't connect. If you use Steam to download a game, same thing happens, so maybe it's related. But when I download something using Firefox downloader, my internet doesn't slow down.
Edit: I just tried using Firefox Downloader and that also slows down. I guess it depends on how big the download is.
Is it possible to sort downloads with the filters? Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I have one download folder with different subfolders for videos, audio files, pictures, various text files (txtx, docx, odt, pdf...) and binaries (programs, installers, archives...)
Problem is, DtA! puts ALL files into ONE folder (i.e. the download folder) and I have to sort them manually, which can be tedious.
So is it possible to use filters to also sort downloaded files in different folders?
For instance: download .mp4/.mkv/.avi/.flv in "downloads\video", .mp3/.ogg/.wav in "downloads\audio",
.txt/.pdf/.docx/.odt files into "downloads\text", and .msi/.exe/.zip/.rar into "download\bin"?
I already tried to adjust the regex accordingly, but that didn't work.
File conflict sucks Rated 1 out of 5 stars
File conflict dialog does not offer you to resume non pausable downloads.Not suitable for large file downloads in Google Drive.Meanwhile other download manager has offered resume using already existing download part.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Hi! This tool is the greatest thing since sliced milk. Really do enjoy it. It's remarkably helpful.
very successfully job! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
It will go even faster by modifying some internal downloading settings
Was really good but recently it corrupts all my videos Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Was a really good addon and very convenient. However, recently it corrupts all the videos I download with this addon. Some videos would play for 20-30mins then get stuck and restart while some get prompts in VLC to reidex. When I download the same video without this addon, the videos play perfectly fine.
Does not work with Firefox 12.0 ... Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Why DownThemAll is not working with normal version of Firefox 12.0 ????
Not Particularly Excited Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Unimpressed...I found myself neglecting this add-on in favor of the default downloading process.