idheath wrote:Thanks for your suggestions.
I've worked out what the issue is...
Basically I tried the same userid/password in the DS web GUI as you suggested and the 1st time I opened the Download Manager it prompted me to specify a download folder. Once I selected this the download worked (via the GUI).
Also, after this your plugin is working too (so it was the lack of the setting for the download destination which was causing the issue).
BTW, the above was with HTTP (HTTPS is still not working, although I'm not too bothered about that).
Nice to hear you've got it working! To solve the HTTPS problem you could try if you can access DSM using HTTPS. If you get a warning about the certificate you need to add an exception. You can do this by clicking 'Show more' and check the checkbox. This exception should also enable the extension to use the HTTPS url.
davytoney wrote:your suggestions help me a lot,so thanks !!!!!!!!!Also I know I can just click on pause button of each download, but it is so much easier with Pause All and Resume All.
I'll see if I can add that in the next version! But I'll wait until the DSM 4.0 beta is released, they might change something to the interface the extension uses and I don't want to put time in new features if they might not work in the next DSM version
First I would like to say thanks to the developer for doing the extension and helping the rest of us with it. Works great.
I have a question though. How would one add a specific torrent page , let say " torrent leech . org " . On a lot of torrent pages there is no double click option for download to disk station, or it just downloads a php file.
I am no programer but is the .js file in the extension the right way to start. A custom .js like pirate bay.
At the moment the extension does not work for torrent sites that require you to log in. This causes the download of a php or html file. This is basically because your login session exists on your computer and not on your DiskStation. A solution would be if the extension would download the torrent file and upload it to DownloadStation, but (as far as I know) downloading files is not possible in Safari Extensions..
Strange but I'm now experiencing what idheath mentioned weeks ago. When using piratebay and I click on the Download with Diskstation link, i now get 'Failed to add your download task....Please verify your URL
This only started happening about two days ago. I have not updated my browser before this happened.
MacBook Pro intel core 2 duo
To download via Diskstation I need to right click on the 'GetTorrentfile' link and that works.
Just dont understand why the Download with Diskstation link would stop working all of a sudden
Thanks for reporting this bug. I think ThePirateBay has made some small changes to their website. They made the Magnet link the first option. I'll fix it, expect an update soon, but I've read that ThePirateBay might remove the torrent-file option completely so the problem can return since the extension doesn't support magnet links..