Just a thought, but try Metacard 2.3.2 as it has more support for http and
funny (re-directed) url's as often provided by service providers...
> From: Scott Rossi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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> Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2000 14:48:43 -0700
> To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Subject: DownloadNGo Help?
> I'm trying to get a variation of MC's DownloadnGO script to work with a
> stack I posted on our Web site (commercial host). Whenever I run the
> script, the data contained in the cached url is HTML generated by my ISP
> which says the requested page can't be found.
> I've tried accessing Sivakatirswami's Himalayan stack with success, so I'm
> pretty sure the problem isn't the script I'm using. I know I've posted my
> test file in binary format so that's not the issue. This is the address to
> the test file I'm using:
> Might this have something to do with the protocol MC uses to retrieve URLs?
> Do I need to use a command other than load URL?
> Thanks for any help -- I'm stumped.
> Scott Rossi Tactile Media - Multimedia & Design
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