just out of curiosity...

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  1. leonardosue

    leonardosue New Member

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    What is your preferred method of downloading .mp3's from seeqpod? I use historydl and finder and was wondering if there was an easier way.
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    x6blues New Member

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    That ways the easiest for me too, I dont really like HistoryDL. Its good for dl files safari with the plugin wont but not for mp3s.
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    leonardosue New Member

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    the only problem is, I have a laptop with no internet. So basicly, I'm limited to installer for my apps.
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    There is a much easier way. Grab the Safari Download Plugins from this source:

    homepage.mac.com/hartsteins/copycoders/copycoders.xml

    Using an app like iNetServices, enable the plugin. You will then be able to download an mp3 right to ~/Media/Downloads from Safari.
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    leonardosue New Member

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    this can only be used for downloading .mp3's? I'm also looking for a way to download a .exe from an attachment in my email. Is this possible?
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I don't see why it wouldn't be possible. I once downloaded a zipped app off a website, extracted via the command line, moved it to /Applications, and set permissions. No MobileFinder, no computer, and it worked. That's just an example of what you can do.
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    x6blues New Member

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    These are the supported file types
    so it should work for you.

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