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What is DownThemAll?

DownThemAll (or just dTa) is a powerful yet easy-to-use Mozilla Firefox extension that adds new advanced download capabilities to your browser.
DownThemAll lets you download all the links or images contained in a webpage and much more: you can refine your downloads by fully customizable criteria to get only what you really want.
DownThemAll is all you can desire from a download manager: it features an advanced accelerator that increases speed up to 400%, it allows you to pause and resume downloads at any time and, last but not least, it's fully integrated into your favorite browser!

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Latest stable version: 3.0.7


Delays… November 10, 2017

Initially I planned to have a release version of DownThemAll! Lite (aka the WebExtension) ready for launch of Firefox Quantum. Well, Quantum will be released in a few days from now, and DTA Lite is not nearly ready.

There were some bits that turned out to be more fiddly than I anticipated, then some freelancing work (what actually pays my rent) took longer than anticipated, and then some medical stuff (nothing to worry, but still preventing me from spending the time I originally planned for DTA) and other personal stuff… This all completely made me miss my timeline I planned.
Please bear in mind that essentially DTA Lite, even tho it’s only “lite”, will be more or a less a complete rewrite, even though it will reuse a lot of the concepts.

Therefore, looking at my calendar, DTA Lite will take another month at least. I hope I’ll get to a point where I can release a beta version for early adopters/testers in 2-3 weeks and then 1-2 weeks after that a stable full release.
In the mean time, there is still the full DownThemAll! which can be used with at least the pre-Quantium Firefox (such as the ESR)*.

I’d also really like to rant how stupid and limited most of the WebExtensions APIs are, but I feel I ranted too much already.

Bonus Screenshot
The manager tab, recently, with some demo downloads I used to test how stuff will look like. The design is still a work in progress.

* (technically, it still even works in Quantum Nightly, with some minor changes and a lot of “convincing”, because, again, mozilla’s reason to disable legacy extensions is not a technical need due to Quantum but entirely a political decision at this point)

Another day, another let down by mozilla October 7, 2017

So, mozilla now decided that tracking all user activity and sending that data to a third party called “Cliqz”, based in Munich, Germany, majority owned by Burda media, a “news” and print (read: mostly tabloid) media group (Bunte, Focus, Chip, Freundin) is a good idea

I can only shake my head. Clearly Firefox is the “privacy browser” as they claim!!1!

The dumb stuff they pulled in the past just pales in light of this.

Initially they will “test” this “feature” in Germany with 1% of the user base there, they say. It doesn’t sound like it’s exactly opt-in, but opt-out, so make sure your data isn’t siphoned off next time you install/update Firefox.

Patronage and progress


Re: DownThemAll and WebExtensions [… or why why I am done with mozilla]

DownThemAll! 3.0.7

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DownThemAll! 3.0.5

DownThemAll! 3.0.3 released

DownThemAll! 3.0.2 released

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