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Windows 7: How to downoad podcast in IE when right click disabled?

11 Aug 2013   #11
tom982

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Miles, can you run VBScripts? Or batch files?

Until we can find you a solution, send me the links to the files you want to download and I'll download them all, zip them up and upload them for you again so you can download them


Tom


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11 Aug 2013   #12
A Guy

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Tom, he's using a locked down library pc. I thought of offering to download as well, but how will he download your files if he can't right click? It's a quandary. A Guy
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11 Aug 2013   #13
Kari

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tom982 View Post
Miles, can you run VBScripts? Or batch files?

Until we can find you a solution, send me the links to the files you want to download and I'll download them all, zip them up and upload them for you again so you can download them


Tom
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Tom, he's using a locked down library pc. I thought of offering to download as well, but how will he download your files if he can't right click? It's a quandary. A Guy
I think the easiest way and what Tom meant is to upload them to a cloud drive (SkyDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox etc.). It should work, as well as if sent as email attachments.
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11 Aug 2013   #14
A Guy

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kari View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tom982 View Post
Miles, can you run VBScripts? Or batch files?

Until we can find you a solution, send me the links to the files you want to download and I'll download them all, zip them up and upload them for you again so you can download them


Tom
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Tom, he's using a locked down library pc. I thought of offering to download as well, but how will he download your files if he can't right click? It's a quandary. A Guy
I think the easiest way and what Tom meant is to upload them to a cloud drive (SkyDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox etc.). It should work, as well as if sent as email attachments.
I understand, but won't left clicking them attempt to open them in the browser? He needs a save as option. I so rarely use IE, does it give the option to open or save as when clicking on a file such as a mp3?

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11 Aug 2013   #15
Kari

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No Bill; using a file on my own SkyDrive as an example, I open an object with left click, then left click the Download button followed by left click for Save or Save As:
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No right click needed.


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11 Aug 2013   #16
boohbah

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im pretty sure the ease of access stuff is locked down and possibly would need an admin account also, so its unlikely my idea would work.
worth a try though, and you just need to press the shortcut again to get to the options to reverse it.

i think maybe putting them in an email attachment would be the easiest way, if its possible to download email attachments to a thumbdrive

edit, kari has it with the skydrive answer.
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11 Aug 2013   #17
A Guy

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Thanks Kari, I appreciate you setting me straight

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11 Aug 2013   #18
Kari

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No probs . I do not know about other cloud services as I use SkyDrive exclusively but I assume they function about the same way.
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11 Aug 2013   #19
tom982

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It will only open in the browser if it's a filetype the browser supports - so for example, when you download Windows ISOs from DigitalRiver, they don't open in the browser, the files are saved to your computer. By zipping them up, it means the browser will download the files
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11 Aug 2013   #20
A Guy

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Doubt he'll be able to unzip them. They'd need to be in mp3 format so he could just save to his player. A Guy
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