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3,8 stelle su 5
- di Utente Firefox 14679830, un anno faValutata 4 su 5Generally I am very satisfied, but: Typically I download a set of images (20-30) from the webpage. It is very annoying to get every time that warning about "more than 15 images". I would like to have a bit extended settings - to have an option for simple download or the zipped set, and maybe an input box to set the "limit", for which the warning is displayed.
- di Rusty Trombone, un anno faValutata 1 su 5Useless. Took an age to complete and afterwards I could not find the images. I checked Firefox' default download folder and also a couple of other places. There's nothing in the FAQ or options where they go and the 'Save in' options setting gives no clue, and doesn't start a save dialog even if it's set to do so. Unbelievable really.
- di tar, un anno faValutata 3 su 5Works well for downloading images displayed on a web page. It would be much more useful if it also handled thumbnails - download the image linked to by the thumbnail displayed on the page, not the thumbnail itself.
- di Utente Firefox 14604512, un anno faValutata 3 su 5A really good image downloader, in general, with all necessary filter options.
However, sometimes the program seems to be catching multiple images (say 50) but the zip file only ends up with a few (like 5) of them.
- di Utente Firefox 13290931, un anno faValutata 5 su 5The one and only! You can download online AND offline links. They will be saved as Zip. And you will be asked first where to save the files. You would think there are as many extensions as there are stars in the sky but after searching over an hour I know better now. Thanks to the programmer!
- di Aaron, un anno faValutata 5 su 5Did exactly what it says it does. Saves to a .zip in a folder in your download folder. I used it to extract an animated GIF that was protected by scripts that capture mouse events.
- di Utente Firefox 12703066, un anno faValutata 4 su 5It works on my Windows 10 and macOS Mojave 10.14.2 machines, as long as I remember to scroll down to see the button row at the bottom. Still could use a bit of spit and polish, but it's getting close to the greatness that was DownThemAll.