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WebCopy / Re: Mirror, not just download
« Last post by Richard Moss on Today at 07:48:43 PM »

Welcome to the forums, sorry for not replying a little sooner. WebCopy should be doing this, it will remap links once a copy has finished. (Currently this means if a crawl is cancelled, it won't remap, that's on the list of things to fix).

There is an option to enable or disable this feature (Project Properties | Copy | Remap references within downloaded files) however this should be set by default.

Are you able to share the URL of the website you're trying to copy so I can investigate why links don't get remapped?

Richard Moss
WebCopy / Mirror, not just download
« Last post by Ender on June 15, 2018, 11:50:50 PM »
When I download a website with WebCopy, it only pulls the HTMLs as they are, it doesn't change the links to work locally with the rest of the download files. How do I fix this?

Thank you in advance.
Gif Animator / Re: file size?
« Last post by Richard Moss on June 10, 2018, 01:20:36 PM »

Welcome to the forums and thank you for the question! This isn't something the software can currently do, but I agree that it could be a useful feature - it's been logged in our system and hopefully will make it into a future release.

You mentioned that the layout wasn't easy to figure out - if you can clarify any aspects that you thought weren't obvious I can look at those as well.

Richard Moss
Gif Animator / file size?
« Last post by randym77 on June 10, 2018, 11:58:11 AM »
I have been looking for a replacement for Ulead GIF Animator.  I bought it years ago, but cannot activate it on my new computer, because the license server is no longer active and Corel (the current owner of Ulead) seems to have abandoned the program.  I really loved it. Simple, but could do everything you needed it to.

Cyotek Gif Animator comes very close. The layout isn't as easy to figure out, but the only thing I really miss is that it doesn't seem to show the file size.  Ulead had an "optimize" tab, which showed the file size of the animated GIF, among other things.  That was very useful.  Tumblr, for example, requires animated GIFs to be 3 Mb or less, so it's really convenient to able to add or delete frames and check the file size without having to save the file and check the size in Windows Explorer.

Is there a way to do this with Cyotek that I'm missing?  If not, can I request that this feature be added?   :)
WebCopy / Re: Test URI
« Last post by Richard Moss on June 03, 2018, 12:28:35 PM »

Thanks for the question. Unfortunately not, currently the only thing it will use are proxy settings. However, I do admit it would be quite useful if it did support this so you could test everything in one place.

As a side note to help with your custom attributes testing, in the WebCopy installation directory there is a XPath testing tool but it's standalone and doesn't integrate with WebCopy yet.

I'll log an enhancement to give the Test URI tool an overhaul to make it more useful.

Richard Moss
WebCopy / Re: modify on download
« Last post by Richard Moss on June 03, 2018, 12:22:10 PM »
I'd like to see this feature as well. More specifically, I'd like to be able to change the contents of the downloaded HTML before it gets scanned. Either by regular expressions on the raw html, or by XPath/DOM access. It would be very useful to de-obfuscate links ro resources that WebCopy is unable to parse.

You can sort of do this already using URI transforms - there's a short blog post with a bit of information here.

Richard Moss
WebCopy / Re: logged in
« Last post by Richard Moss on June 03, 2018, 11:51:47 AM »

Yes, this is possible, depending on the login method. If it's a straight forward form login then it should just work. However, if JavaScript is involved as I have seen with a few support tickets about login failures then it won't work. In addition WebCopy can't handle two or multi-factor authentication at this time.

The latest 1.5 nightlies of WebCopy include a number of improvements to the Capture Form tool which can help you define how WebCopy logs into a web site, in addition a tutorial was recently added to the documentation.

Hope this helps.

Richard Moss
WebCopy / Re: Cant Install Web Copy
« Last post by Richard Moss on June 03, 2018, 08:31:14 AM »
I ran into this issue as well (Windows 7 in VM).

It's because .NET Framework 4.6 isn't installed. Once I installed the framework, WebCopy installed just fine.

Welcome to the forums and thank you very much for that piece of the information. After removing .NET from the test VM I was able to reproduce the problem, the cause was missing language information used when external dependencies need to be download and installed.

I'm busy reworking how Setup is built by the CI system to make sure these files are correctly processed; a quick manual test allowed WebCopy to be install in a Windows 7 VM without the .NET Framework successfully.

Thanks again for the help!

Richard Moss

Edit: I should have pointed out that updated setups should be available in the next round of nightly builds.
WebCopy / Test URI
« Last post by Pantalaimon on June 02, 2018, 06:34:37 PM »

Does the 'Test URI' tool take into account the settings in Custom Attributes and URI Transformations for the results shown in the 'Links' tab of the tool?

I've added a simple line in Custom Attributes ( //img/@data-src ) for lazy-loaded images, but those URIs are not listed in the Links tab once I try it out. I've double-checked and the attributes are present  :)

WebCopy / Re: Cant Install Web Copy
« Last post by Pantalaimon on June 02, 2018, 04:51:28 PM »
I ran into this issue as well (Windows 7 in VM).

It's because .NET Framework 4.6 isn't installed. Once I installed the framework, WebCopy installed just fine.
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