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GetRight[&Pro] not always best for FF; it works w/IE

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#1 RolandJS


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Posted 20 February 2015 - 10:30 AM

GetRight[&Pro] not always best for FF; it works w/IE  [might want to test though].
  I have been using GetRight & GetRightPro for several years.  I've noticed that having FlashGot & GetRight "inside" Firefox sometimes causes problems with logging into certain web sites [GetRight sometimes captures the login material and tries to save it to your harddrive].
  Other than the above, GetRight[&Pro] does a great job of being a download manager, reporter of download progress, reporter of past downloads.

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