Auto-Downloader/Premium Downloader/Rapidget for Mac?

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by arcsbite, Jul 14, 2006.

  1. arcsbite Guest

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    I'm currently using parallels for the sole reason of using Rapidget to auto-download my Rapidshare premium files.

    I tried iGetter and Speed Download, but I can't seem to line up links for download.

    anyone know how I do this? or if there is a version of Rapidget/same type of app available for mac.

    thanks.
     
  2. jgrove macrumors newbie

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    I have the same problem, did you manage to solve it?
     
  3. arcsbite thread starter Guest

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    sadly not, I'm still having to do it the old fashioned way :(
     
  4. mad cow disease macrumors member

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    Picked this up on a Google search and thought I'd throw this application your way:

    www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/12760

    Deepvaccum is shareware but you can use the feature needed without paying for it - there is really no "time expiration" on this one where it stops working.

    What deepvacuum will do for you is automatically download the links contained within a text file which you import into the program. While it may take a bit more work it will essentially go through and download every single one - it takes a bit of tinkering to get the formatting down, but once you do it all works like a charm. The app also has some site ripping and other useful downloading features. REMEMBER TO HAVE DIRECT DOWNLOADS ENABLED, OTHERWISE IT WON'T WORK.

    My only question is, HOW do I automatically upload a series of files to RS?
     
  5. jackmack macrumors regular

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    any progress on this?

    I hate using windows just to use rapidget...
     
  6. arcsbite thread starter Guest

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    I've been using crossover to run rapidget, it boots the exe file fine and runs perfectly :)
     
  7. ickystay macrumors regular

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    Pure-Mac has a small selection:

    http://www.pure-mac.com/dlm.html

    I've been using Monica for years. Not exactly feature filled, but it does allow me to download large files from both http and ftp sites. I'm dial-up so really needed a utility that could restart after disconnections etc...

    EDIT- I have this on my computer but have not tried it:
    http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/6169
     

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