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flareGet Download Manager Updated With Important Changes And Bug Fixes

flareGet, a download manager for Linux that supports dynamic file segmentation, HTTP-pipelining for accelerated downloads and more, has been updated recently, receiving quite a few improvements and bug fixes.The application is free to use but not open-source.Changes in the latest flareGet 1.4:improved batch downloads;redesigned scheduler;added support for multiple row selections/operations;added support for refreshing url and cookies;added download info dialog;added support for checksum (hash) – MD5, SHA1;added advanced options in start download dialog;more display options – show/hide columns, toolbar etc.;added auto-update feature;improved resume support which should fix the bug some of you were experiencing with broken downloads;fixed bug with downloads stopping near the end;fixed issue with one click restore in Unity;other bug fixes for the Grabber, batch downloading and more.Also, like I was telling you a while back, flareGet supports downloading Flash video from various websites such as YouTube, but it wasn’t obvious how you could download videos at a certain quality. With the latest release, the flareGet “Grabber” allows you to choose the video quality as well as the file name: start the grabber, play a video in your browser and the initial quality at which the video is played will show up in flareGet – if you change the

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