I have been using the DownLoader that came with SM 1.1 and it usually
I was just downloading a 17 MB file on my slower than a snail dial-up
when I got "disconnected" at about 11 MB downloaded (an hour or more of
When I tried to go back and start downloading again, the SM Downloader
now wants to start all over again !
yup, thats typical
The partially downloaded file is labeled "filename.exe.part" and is ~11
MB in size.
Why won't it pick up where it left off ? I picked the .part file to
Can I somehow force it to "resume" ?
nope, thats one of the downsides of SM downloader, you
can't restart where you left off.
If not, I have another downloader (WinGet 1.9) which is SUPPOSED to
resume disconnected downloads and even splits up the connections to
speed up downloading.
Question 1. Can I force SM 1.1's Downloader to resume?
I put a dll from WinGet into SM 1.1's plugin folder as required, but
WinGet doesn't take over as specified;
"WinGet can automatically intercept Netscape's default download dialog.
To enable integration with Netscape, copy the file WinNP.dll from the
WinGet installation folder to Netscape plug-ins folder and rename it to
Question 2. How can I make SM 1.1 use WinGet
and not it's own
downLoader? SM 1.1's plugins are named npname.dll, but is more needed
to be done?
I might be wrong here, but I think winget monitors the
clipboard. So you need to copy the download link, and
when winget sees the download link in the clipboard,
then it'll start the download.
Question 3. Can I set SM 1.1 up to give me a choice in the Tools Toolbar?
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