Minimal but featureful queueing GUI designed for comfort and convenience
Built-in terminal for lgogdownloader status without making your window manager sweat.
Anything not configurable via the GUI will obey lgogdownloader's
language = 1 limit-rate = 300 no-targz = true retries = 3 save-serials = true
Remembers your preferred destination directory
Support for selecting Linux downloads despite the site not offering
gogdownloader://URIs for them
Libnotify notification when all downloads are complete.
Add, reorder, and delete remaining queue entries while a download is in progress. (Including changing the target directory for future downloads)
sh install.sh and follow the instructions. (Depending on your
desktop environment, you may also be able to just double-click
setup.py directly cannot install non-PyPI dependencies like PyGTK
and also will not register the application as your default handler for
The installation process has been fully automated for users on Debian-based distros (eg. Ubuntu, Mint) while users on other distros will be asked to manually install a list of dependencies.
At present, only system-wide installation is supported but feel free to examine what the script is doing before you run it.
sudo pip uninstall lgogd_uri
- Providing the option to download Linux versions via the Windows or MacOS
gogdownloader://URLs has resulted in the language-selection drop-down being ignored in favour of the
languageoption in lgogdownloader's
- Multi-selection doesn't get along with
GtkTreeView's built-in drag-and-drop reordering.
- Remembering un-finished downloads across a restart is still on the TODO list.
- Currently, no attempt is made to retrieve game metadata, so the "Game" and
"File ID" columns don't give the nice, pretty output the official GOG
downloader offers and the platform checkboxes will always start out set
to the value of
- No attempt is currently made to deduplicate the queue, relying instead on LGOGDownloader to not redownload files which already exist.
- Fixup support for
--download-filecurrently only resolves