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Drag and drop items to Safari 1.2's Download window (a use)
Authored by: Ryn0r on Aug 23, '06 09:47:00AM

One reason drag-and-drop downloading is useful in Safari is because it supports downloading dropped bookmarks. This becomes insanely useful on, say, an imageboard, where you have an entire thread's worth of images (fifty, seventy, maybe even a hundred bookmarks to the images right next to each other) that you want to download. Just call up the history, select the images you want to save, and boom, instant mass-download. Doesn't even set off any robot scripts, either. The one caveat is that you have to actually click the links to have them in the history to download them.



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