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  1. Member vhelp's Avatar
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    hi, there's a website that has a lot of png images. i'd like to download them. i was thinking i only want to d/l a short segment of about 300 images or so since my connection speed is DSL.

    so, for example, i would like to download these:

    file.00001 through file.00300
    and
    file.15000 through file.15300
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  2. Use a download manager like flashget, orbit, etc....

    They have a wildcard "*" range you can enter from a to b
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    i'm looking for something really small and simple, and take a url, and the first/last string link, and give me an option to include a range if the string links have numbers.

    www.imageplace.beach.0001.png
    www.imageplace.beach.0002.png
    www.imageplace.beach.0003.png
    www.imageplace.beach.0004.png
    www.imageplace.beach.0005.png
    www.imageplace.beach.0006.png
    www.imageplace.beach.0007.png
    www.imageplace.beach.0008.png
    www.imageplace.beach.0009.png
    www.imageplace.beach.0010.png
    www.imageplace.beach.0011.png
    www.imageplace.beach.0012.png

    example:

    url name: www.imageplace.beach.0001.png
    start: 0005
    end: 0010
    image name: beach

    and it would parse the url string links and images and download the actual images to my hdd as

    beach.0005.png
    beach.0006.png
    beach.0007.png
    beach.0008.png
    beach.0009.png
    beach.0010.png

    otherwise, i may have to code something up myself, which i don't want to do.
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  4. That's what they do. It's very simple

    e.g. for flashget you would have 4 place holder digits (because it's 0001.png) and enter start =5 , end=10 for beach.0005.png to beach.0010.png

    It's basically the same in all download managers
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