On 6/8/2004 8:03:49 AM, Peter Rejto wrote:
>On 6/7/2004 8:57:32 PM, Ian Binnie
>>On 6/7/2004 12:03:40 PM, Christian
>>>On Mon, 07 Jun 2004 07:41:00 -0400,
>>>Peter Rejto wrote:
>>>>Do I have the option of downloading an entire category of macros instead of a
>>>No, that's not possible.
>>>And it's not on my to-do list
>>There is a round about way to do this.
>>In IE Bookmark the page, tick make
>>available off line and download linked
>>pages to depth of 1.
>>This will download files, and you can
>>copy them from the Temporary Internet
>Let me ask a less ambitious question:
>Do I have the option of preserving
>Christian's recent classification during
>the downloading his macros?
As you will see from Christian's answer elsewhere the macros are all in the same directory, the category is only in the html.
The html indexes will be downloaded also if you do this from the top level index (need to make pages to depth of 2).
You may need to rename .htm to .html for linking to work.
Depending on your cache you may need to remove  etc from the filenames. This is easy using ZTreeWin.
>Oops, you are not a
>Netscape user, so this may not make
>sense to you.
I normally use Mozilla, but this does not make sense in that context either. I only use IE for sites which insist, such as Microsoft Update.
>I just noted that you talk about
>"..download files .."
>d Does your browser allow you to
>download several files at once?
The IE Offline bookmark feature (about the only good thing in IE) actually automates the download of the files referenced by the html. Unfortunately it only puts them in the cache, and they disappear over time. There is a
C:\WINDOWS\Offline Web Pages\ folder which I think keeps a list of offline pages. (I must admit I can't see any there at the moment.)
It would be nice to be able to ftp to Christian's site for download. I tried once, but it would not permit anonymous connection.