Now that eSnips keeps on evolving new methods to prevent users from downloading, users’ frustration is surmounting with each day.
A few days back they changed their default music player and when I made small modifications to my eSnips Downloader it stopped working with Firefox. Internet Explorer users were spared though.
As I am trying to keep pace with eSnips with every step they take, I have tried yet again to modify the code of the Downloader.
This time it would be anonymous downloading through a proxy server. This is not a permanent solution though but as I said before, I am keeping pace with eSnips everday and every time.
Some self explanatory screenshots of the all new eSnips Downloader (Link Generator) :
With Internet Explorer :
Step One : Generate your link as before and click on the generated link.
Step Two : Depending upon the security settings of Internet Explorer – it’s a small piece of caution that you are about to download a file from some alien territory – right click on the message below the title bar of the Downloader and choose ‘download file’, or you may click the bold orange coloured link itself in the main window.
Step Three : Save your file.
With Firefox it’s lot easier. The first and the third steps are the same as in Internet Explorer. There is no warning of downloading an unkown file.
I am not very sure if this will work forever. Why, it may stop working a few hours from now.
P.S : I have not tried it, but this new code could byepass the bandwidth problem too. Now, this surely means being ‘eSnips-eccentric’…
Enjoy the moment !!