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DownThemAll (or just dTa) is a powerful yet easy-to-use browser extension for Firefox, Chrome and Opera that adds new advanced download capabilities to your browser. DownThemAll lets you download all the links or images contained in a webpage and much more: you can refine your downloads by fully customizable criteria to get only what you really want.
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Unfortunately doesn't yet work with Firefox Quantum (the current latest version of FF)
checksum support; list of recently used locations to save the downloaded file; set timestamp of downloaded file to that of the file on the server
My download manager of choice, great for anyone that uses solely firefox.
Number one when downloading Zoom sessions. Zero hiccups.
On the homepage you can find the first beta release of version 4 which works with the latest firefox browser.
Sometimes firefoxhas issues with large dopwnloads
Really useful for pages with many photos. Sad that they discontinued such a good add-on.
Hey, it's been revived Nils Maier, with the first release in late August 2019: https://github.com/downthemall/downthemall
hands down best browser based download manager. it can even rival many external downloaders as well.
Yep that tool was one of the best for ff.. fast, intuitive, trustworthy... Couldn't find a similiar dl addon until today.. Not for Chrome, FF, or neither Opera
The only thing that made Firefox worth using. Between Mozilla managements politically correct thought police and spiting in the users faces, I've dropped using Firefox.
You are right. Switched to Opera since quite a while... And i don't want to miss it any more ...
Fix to work on firefox quantum. Easy to use and very usefull
Does anyone know such a great add-on for Chromium based browsers?
Must have its best option:
I could not find. thx
EagleGet has a Chrome extension and can verify checksums
If there were something like GtkHashfor browsers,that would be great. :)
Something like Hasher ?
Yes, something like Hasher except it is used only for text hashing, missing the file hashing option. We are close to find it.
I told you, not an easy task to find a good alternative for DTA on Chromium-browsers. If i find something i will add it as an alternative.
Wasted my time downloading 3 times with the normal Firefox downloader.. once I got this I had it all done!
Great for organizing, pausing, and speeding up my downloads (up to about 4 times faster), this is defiantly one of the must-have add-ons for Firefox.