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metryki.genealodzy.pl #276

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tomaasz opened this Issue Dec 13, 2017 · 1 comment

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tomaasz commented Dec 13, 2017

Your DownThemAll! and Browser Version and Language and Operating System

DownThemAll! 3.0.8
Firefox 56
Polish
Windows XP

Expected Behavior

please add support for download .jpg files avalible on:
http://metryki.genealodzy.pl/metryki.php?op=kt&ar=6&zs=0666d&sy=100&kt=1

Actual Behavior

it downloads not *.jpg files but "metryka.php.html"

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Please enable Diagnostic Logging in the Privacy tab of the DownThemAll! preferences and either copy/paste essential part of the log or attach the entire log. Please note that the log may include sentitive information which you have to remove prior to posting it!

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quattlebaum Dec 16, 2017

I have a similar situation and use the Mac app "A Better Finder Renamer" on the downloaded php files. At least in my situation I find simply replacing "php.html" or "php" with jpg using ABFR lets the Mac OS X recognize them as true jpg images.

Have you tested manually changing the extension once downloaded to see if they are then true jpg files?

quattlebaum commented Dec 16, 2017

I have a similar situation and use the Mac app "A Better Finder Renamer" on the downloaded php files. At least in my situation I find simply replacing "php.html" or "php" with jpg using ABFR lets the Mac OS X recognize them as true jpg images.

Have you tested manually changing the extension once downloaded to see if they are then true jpg files?

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