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Automatically downloading a series of images from a website
So hopefully the title is clear enough to get you in this thread... What I'm looking for is this. I'd like to create a collection of webcomics, purely for my own amusement and not for distribution or profit, but I'm having difficulty finding an efficient way of gathering the images. Here's exactly what I want to do:
1. Have this process or macro recognize the image I want to save (for easiness' sake, let's just say the PA strip.).
2. Save this image to a pre-designated folder.
3. Move to the next comic in the series, basically by clicking the "next comic" button or whatever the website has (all of the comics have an easy image link for clicking, no java screwiness.)
4. Repeat steps 1-3 until there is no "next comic" button, or the button does nothing.
For my own ease, I'd prefer a Mac-friendly way of doing this, but I can work with PC. I just made need some additional instructions for the PC side. I'm not too good with some of the technical aspects of PC's.
To let you know what I've tried, I've attempted to use the FireFox extension DownThemAll, but it's not really doing what I'd like it to do. If it's the only way, that's fine, but I may need a bit of assistance getting the extension to work.
The goal of all this is to eventually put these onto my iPhone or iPod Touch, and fill boring parts of the day. As I said, no profit or wide distribution. Purely my own amusement.