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You can hold Alt (Option) down and click on the link to download the linked file (this is similar to the functionality found in Chrome). This will generally use the file name as supplied by the website. You can also use the context menu ("right click" or Ctrl click) and select the "Download Linked File" or "Download Linked File As..." as required.
I use the context menu (control click or right click) to download all manner of links. It really depends on how the web page you are browsing encodes the links and serves up the files though.
Here is how I finally got the photos. I called various cell phone stores and asked for if they have a Cellebrite machine, a phone forensics machine that can get out contacts, pictures, and videos out. An AT&T store has it. So I went there. The machine failed to connect to read from the phone twice, but it worked the 3rd time!! I got most of my ...
Use Image Capture, in the Applications folder - which is the importer 'behind' Photos.app anyway. You can set it to auto-launch any capable app, including itself [or do nothing] & set exactly where your imports should be saved. You can also dictate whether it should auto-delete from the camera afterwards, or alternatively you can manually delete any ...
So I came up with a sort-of answer here. In short, a full copy of the Blu-ray was possible using the ditto command line tool: ditto [source path] [destination path] During the operation ditto does show errors (in my case Unknown error: 10000), but it does continue with copying the remaining files. More detail In figuring this out I started by inspecting ...
I had to download 22'000+ webcam pictures from my web server, which is a bit of a challenge for both the Finder and my FTP program CyberDuck. So I did the following (based on @bmike's answer): mkdir ~/Desktop/image-dump-myserver ftp ftp://firstname.lastname@example.org # enter password # You're now in the ftp console (where the world is still okay) # Set the local ...
There is a tool called iPhone Backup Extractor. It lets you extract app data from an iOS backup, which you create with iTunes. I posted a detailed tutorial on how to use it on my blog: http://adriansieber.com/how-to-extract-data-from-ios-apps-on-mac-os/
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