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Subject: Re: saving whtt file
Author: WHRoeder
Date: 04/05/2013 16:48
1) Always post the ACTUAL command line used (or log file line two) so we know
what the site is, what ALL your settings are, etc.
2) Always post the URLs you're not getting and from what URL it is
3) Always post anything USEFUL from the log file.
4) If you want everything use the near flag (get non-html files related) not
5) I always run with A) No External Pages so I know where the mirror ends.
With B) browser ID=msie 6 pulldown as some sites don't like a HTT one. With C)
Attempt to detect all links (for JS/CSS.) With D) Timeout=60, retry=9 to avoid
temporary network interruptions from deleting files.

> i'm trying to save an whtt with all the option i
> choose for the upgrading of an existing website.
> But, when i save (ctrl+s), httrack create a 0 byte
> 's file.

A whtt file is a ZERO LENGTH file. No data there! All it does is open the
corresponding project for update when clicked.

When you click the button <> it saves your
modified options and begins, no control-s needed.
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