- Noté 1 sur 5par ne, il y a 2 moisHad few failures some time ago. Just tested now again with ~3GB zip and it failed on 7z test: the downloaded file is corrupted although no error was displayed in the UI. After long time using I'm sorry to say that it cannot be trusted anymore.
- Noté 1 sur 5par KirkH420, il y a 2 ansThis software is bugged. If the user has multiple monitors then this program will capture your download, it might flash open/minimize it's GUI window on Display #1 and become surprisingly invisible when you're wondering why NO FTP downloads seem to work on your rig.....oh damn it's this crappy software i didn't pay for. Well, they say you do get what you pay for.
- Noté 1 sur 5par arthaxerces, il y a 2 ansWith the latest updates Firefox absolutely does not work!
Réponse du développeurmis en ligne : il y a 2 ansI think it is because of the API changes. See https://github.com/jingyu9575/multithreaded-download-manager/wiki/Important-changes-for-Firefox-75
Try updating the extension to 3.2 and set "storage API" to "default". Unfortunately, old downloads that starts with the old API cannot be continued with the new API.
- Noté 1 sur 5par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 5638314 de Firefox, il y a 4 ansHi there. Appreciate your effort, but there is a glaring omission from this being a "download manager", and that is basically ASKING US WHERE WE WANT THE DAMN THINGS DOWNLOADED TO! Sorry for the yelling, but that's a pretty BIG THING when it comes to DOWNLOAD MANAGEMENT smh. A simple dialog box asking this shouldn't be too much to ask. Maybe in your next update? Gods, I miss DTA. Screw you, Webextensions, (which seems to be a fancy way of saying"Screw you, all supporters of FF extensions, and actually making this browser better than all the others) and now we're gonna make it so you can't be effed re-writing your excellent code to go with our new and improved BS Standard! "
Way to go Mozilla.
I'm sure you're working on a way to shaft them back, and make this OUR browser again, and not the Corporate Cows. I would use stronger language, but there are kids present, and they soak up cuss-words ;)
Réponse du développeurmis en ligne : il y a 4 ansYou can change the option "Save files to" to "Always ask".
However, the extension has to ask for the location after the file is downloaded. This is a limitation of WebExtensions APIs and cannot be workarounded currently.
- Noté 1 sur 5par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 13609888 de Firefox, il y a 5 ansThis download manager is horrible. Downlaod speed doesn't increase above 300B/s. Yes B as in Bytes. What a joke.
Dev- Please make it better or remove it entirely as there are many useless extensions lying around.
Réponse du développeurmis en ligne : il y a 5 ansOn my system it is not that slow, and I think there are other users who use it without this problem, from the comments/usage statistics. So I'd like to keep it here and try to improve it.
I am aware of a problem that may cause this: when a download is created, the storage space is pre-allocated. During the time the blank file is created on the disk, the download cannot proceed. This will be fixed, but it will need some work and time.