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Thursday, September 01, 2005

Exclusive MP3@3PM Link Reconstructor!

I am very happy to bring you an extremely useful program which, if you are a regular visitor here, or a new vistor who is confused by the links or irritated by having to copy and paste and reconstruct them for [RS] or [QF], fret no more!
A kindly visitor to the site created this program to make your lives a whole lot easier.
Here's what it does..
You simply enter the file number as you find it in my posts (like -423611), then you enter the filename (file.part1.rar). You select [RS] or [QF] and hit the button.
The program gives you the reconstructed complete link to go and download your file.!

Not only that but it also has a 'Browse' button which takes you right to the download page after you got it to make the link for you!
Thanks a lot to Chris for this, which he informs me, is not quite a beta version but more of a preliminary version. He hopes to refine the idea so that you can just copy the text from my page and it will extract the links from that and reconstruct them for you.
This would be invaluable!.
I urge you to try this out as it is definitely a great help to anyone looking to download anything from this site!
Remember - I only post the links the way I do to reduce the chances of the site being one of the thousands that will be stored on the freehost services' log files. I do not trust them completely and neither should you.

Use this program.
At least you will say goodbye to the irritation of copying and pasting and reconstructing the links on this page forever!
Thanks again Chris!


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======Mirrored here======
Link convertor at

======And Here======
Link Convertor at
If you have trouble downloading, let me know


Some screenshots..see how simple it is:
*click the images to see larger ones, they wil open in new window*

First, the program when you start it.

Second, after I entered the file number and filename. Then I pressed the generate Link button.

Third and last, I pressed Browse and am taken to the [RS] page to download!

As it is a first release then there are a couple of niggly things like the size of the browsing window and the program window doesn't stay in front of other applications if you want it to but apart from that, its simplicity of use makes it brilliant!
Music links coming soon so you can test it out!

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Anonymous Chris said...

Yep, it's awesome. The best. :) I'm working on the new version at the moment.

9/01/2005 03:35:00 pm  
Blogger hitmewithit said...

Thanks mate. Hey at least you can drop the qfile part from it...but i will email you, there is another very good service that i might use permanently and we could do a similar thing with those links!

9/02/2005 02:00:00 am  
Blogger hitmewithit said...

As no one bothered to comment..makes me wonder if anyones using it.
Tell you what, could you make the next version so that when you start it up it by default opens this website? And also so that it sends a specific referrer to the site, like say your name or something? That way my blogpatrol stats would show how many times the site was accessed with which referring site. Infact blogpatrol also logs which browser people are using to browse here so if you called your browser a unique ID then it would tell us how many had accessed using it. You get me?
The thing you know anything about how a browser id's itself and could you put that into it?
Anyway, even I use the damn thing to check my links are still up! Saves a lot of messing about!
Thanks again mate.

9/04/2005 04:54:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What do you do if you're a Macintosh user?


9/14/2005 03:10:00 am  

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