Konqueror: Copy files progress: keep window open
john_82 at tiscali.co.uk
Fri Mar 2 11:25:43 GMT 2007
I would 2nd robin's comment and point out that kget will do a number of other
useful things all via a nice simple interface. I wonder why it isn't always
activated by default.
On Friday 02 March 2007 10:52, Robin Atwood wrote:
> On Friday 02 Mar 2007, Daiajo Tibdixious wrote:
> > On 3/1/07, Robin Atwood <robin.atwood at attglobal.net> wrote:
> > > There are several things you can do. RMB on the window title bar and
> > > select Advanced/Special Window Settings... and you can set just about
> > > everything.
> > I had a look, confusing due to the generic nature of the options.
> > > Or, in KCC select KDE Components/File Manager/Behavior and check the
> > > box "Show network operations in a single window". This window can be
> > > configured to be kept always open.
> > This looked good, it does stay open, however the download lines do not.
> > Anyway, thanks for your help.
> > I've switched to using "Copy link address" in Konqueror, then pasting
> > that after "wget -c " on the
> > command line. I started doing that due to some downloads stalling, and
> > having to be restarted,
> > basically I'll just use this for all downloads in future, I prefer the
> > command line anyway.
> I think the kget download manager will do what you want.
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