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Contains the directory and name of the downloaded file. It should be used at the point when the download is complete. For this purpose, use the variable after the command which triggers the download and make sure that the download timeout value ([[!TIMEOUT_DOWNLOAD]]) is long enough to cover the complete download time. The WAIT parameter in the [[ONDOWNLOAD]] command should be set to YES (WAIT=YES).
 
Contains the directory and name of the downloaded file. It should be used at the point when the download is complete. For this purpose, use the variable after the command which triggers the download and make sure that the download timeout value ([[!TIMEOUT_DOWNLOAD]]) is long enough to cover the complete download time. The WAIT parameter in the [[ONDOWNLOAD]] command should be set to YES (WAIT=YES).
  
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Name and location of the downloaded file.
 
Name and location of the downloaded file.

Latest revision as of 13:39, 25 March 2020

Contains the directory and name of the downloaded file. It should be used at the point when the download is complete. For this purpose, use the variable after the command which triggers the download and make sure that the download timeout value (!TIMEOUT_DOWNLOAD) is long enough to cover the complete download time. The WAIT parameter in the ONDOWNLOAD command should be set to YES (WAIT=YES).

Value iMacros Browser IE Plug-in Firefox Chrome

Name and location of the downloaded file.

Set By

[X] Internal

[ ] SET

Internal means that the iMacros program itself sets the value of the variable during program run. SET means that the user can set this value via the SET command inside a macro.

Examples

Copy the download location and file name to the !EXTRACT built-in variable:

ADD !EXTRACT {{!DOWNLOADED_FILE_NAME}}

Display the content of the built-in variable:

ONDOWNLOAD FOLDER=* FILE=* WAIT=YES
TAG POS=3 TYPE=A ATTR=TXT:Download 
PROMPT {{!DOWNLOADED_FILE_NAME}}

See Also

ONDOWNLOAD, !DOWNLOADED_SIZE, !TIMEOUT_DOWNLOAD, ADD, !EXTRACT