Turbo Downloader Overwrite File Question

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MilesAhead
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Turbo Downloader Overwrite File Question

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oftentired wrote:Try going to settings and turning off the built in turbo charged download manager if it is turned on.
Speaking of turbo download manager, is there a way to get it to overwrite files instead of doing the filename(1).zip routine? The overwrite downloads extension does not work with the turbo download. I like the Turbo which is why I am hoping there's an Easter Egg or something to get it to work the other way. :)

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Re: Turbo Downloader Overwrite File Question

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no magic wand that I know of

you have the standard choices

• in settings checkmark, ask where to save..., and then when the download dialog prompts, rename the subsequent files to something that works for you to avoid the (1) (2)

• relocated the downloaded file before downloading another
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Re: Turbo Downloader Overwrite File Question

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Now that you mention relocate I guess I could just download to desktop and drag and drop to my download folder when done. Explorer will overwrite it for me. :)

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