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    Question FireFox add-on to download images

    Since upgrading to Firefox version 6, I can't bulk download images because ImageHostGrabber isn't compatible with it.

    Do you have an add-on to recommend, please?

    (I also have DownAll, but it's only useful for direct links, not for images hosted elsewhere, as ImageHostGrabber could)

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    I'm looking as well for a similar program like ImageHostGrabber, but don't think there is any out there!?!?

    For the moment I would reinstall Firefox 5 again, and wait a couple of days, Cybermatt from ImageHostgrabber will upgrade in a couple of Days it's always like this, he is a very busy Guy !!!












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    firefox used to be my favorite browser but not now. ff 6 even worse, it's fucking slow and take up 500 mb memory and hang. Maybe used back ff 5 and use ImageHostGrabber

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    I'm using : Bulk image downloader.

    BID web browser integration is automatic for Opera and Internet Explorer.
    FireFox and Chrome integration require extensions to be installed.
    Its not a Fx add-on, but it works perfect.

    And it is Free.

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    Thanks all for your replies!
    Regarding bulk Image Downloader, I had read in the add-on's comments that it was payware.

    In any case, I have reverted back to Firefox 5; I'll upgrade again when ImageHostGrabber is updated.

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    Yes, the full version is payware.

    But I'm using the free limited version.
    Thats enough for what I use it for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puck View Post
    Yes, the full version is payware.

    But I'm using the free limited version.
    Thats enough for what I use it for.
    Ah, good to know. Thanks!

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    Today I couldn't use ImageHost Grabber with Firefow.
    I searched, and found that a new version for Firefox is available for download (the file is to be opened or dragged in Firefox):

    http://imagehost-grabber.com/index.php?page=download

    It works! (I've upgraded to Firefox 6 again)

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    Arrow Screen Captures... the best I have found...

    Over the last 20 years I have only used 2 screen capture programs and both were good to very good.
    .......
    I recommend the program called PicPick:::

    PicPick (All-in-one Design Tool)
    Version: 3.3.1


    Not only can you do screenshots of your whole screeb but can also do a screenshot of a period if wanted.
    The program will capture any part of your screen you want and you can choose between four formats
    to save it as a BMP, JPEG, PNG or GIF file.

    I will try and post a screenshot of some features using the program in my profile.

    Xrayxx
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