Options – GetEmAll Options

Options – GetEmAll Options’ Help.

[Context specific help for Kyb IE Offline Browser Shortcut Keys – function: Options – GetEmAll Options.]

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‘Options – GetEmAll Options’ – Program Help start.

F7 options – Warning – Too Many Links Selected
F7 options – Scheme Warning
F7 options – Link Text including Alt text, description etc.

Grab Images – Size Limit
Grab Images – Prefix Link Text “Image: “

Main Folder for Temporary Files
Parameters for automatic cleanup of cache

When you press the GetEmAll Get Links key [F7], some warnings and processing to determine link text is optional.

Limiting Links to fetch

F7 options – Warning – Too Many Links Selected
An [optional] warning is shown if the total number of links exceeds the number entered here. The warning screen will tell the number of links to be fetched and allow you to continue or cancel the request.

Enter 9999 if you never want to see warning.

F7 options – Scheme Warning

An [optional] warning is shown if links are selected which will not be fetched by KybIE, eg. mail:// or javascript:// links.

F7 options – Link Text including Alt text, description etc.

The link text shown on the list of links is usually the blue underlined text that is shown as a link on the web page. To add the text shown when you move the mouse over a link or image that is a link, check this option.

Grab All Images is available from the IE Toolbar menu or using a shortcut key from the IE window [Shift+F7]
Grab Images – Size Limit

On many web pages, small GIF or even JPEG images are used for buttons, decoration etc. When you grab all images from a page, usually you want only the larger main pictures. Enter a limit here as number of kBytes (1024 bytes) to skip all images smaller than that size.

Grab Images – Prefix Link Text “Image: ”

Images will be added to the KybIE list using the Alt Text and Description (text displayed on the page when the image is not availabl and popup text shown when you move the mouse over the image) as the Link text. If this option is checked the Link text will also be prefixed Image: This is especially useful as lists can always be sorted using the Sort Shortcut key [X] after moving the cursor to the column required.

Main Folder for Temporary Files

Like Internet Explorer, KybIE saves files that are retrieved from the internet on your hard drive.
The folder (or directory) in which the temporary files are saved is called the KybIE cache location.

The KybIE cache is structured so it is much easier to see what the files are.
There will be a subdirectory (folder) for each domain name. All files fetched from a domain will be in the subdirectory of the domain.

To specify a differrent main directory here, first define the directory using Kyboma or Windows Explorer.

When this directory is changed, none of the existing KybIE cache files will be moved. If you want any existing cached files to be used when pages are requested you should move the existing directory to the new location using Kyboma or Windows Explorer.

NB After this directory has been changed and KybIE restarted, none of the existing KybIE cache files will be deleted according to the automatic cleanup parameters specified.

Parameters for automatic cleanup of cache

The KybIE cache can be cleaned up automatically by checking the boxes to delete KybIE cache files and / or GetEmAll details. If options to cleanup the KybIE cache are selected, files will be deleted permanently from your hard disk and must be fetched from the internet if needed again.

KybIE cache files are the web pages and required components (pictures, stylesheets, etc.) for all links/pages requested with KybIE as well as the pages on which the link was selected (Link Source page).

GetEmAll details are also stored in the KybIE cache with one file for each use of F7. They contain the list of URLs, Link Texts as well as details of the Link Source.

Files of either type can be deleted after they have not been read by any windows program for a number of days. Check the box and specify the number of days after which files should be deleted to enable the cleanup. Cleanup will be done in the background and without notification.

NB KybIE will delete **ALL** files in all subdirectories (sub folders) of the KybIE cache location if these options are selected. THIS INCLUDES files that you have saved there with another application. YOU ARE STRONGLY ADVISED NOT TO save files in the KybIE cache folder or any subfolder of the KybIE cache folder.

If the box for either item is not checked no files of that type will be deleted. This is sometimes the best option if you have plenty of disk space.

A manual cleanup of pages is made easier by the structure of the KybIE cache.
There will be a subdirectory (folder) for each domain name. All files fetched from a domain will be in the subdirectory of the domain.

For example, since ads are often fetched from a seperate domain which contains the word ad or banner that directory can be deleted releasing the space used for ads but retaining the main page content.

‘Options – GetEmAll Options’ – Program Help end.