Toolbar

The buttons in the SiteSucker toolbar allow you to control SiteSucker. Corresponding commands are also available in the SiteSucker menus. The SiteSucker toolbar includes the following buttons:

History History

Displays the ten most recently used URLs in a pop-up menu. SiteSucker also provides these URLs under the History menu. When you choose a URL from the menu, SiteSucker enters it into the URL text field.

You can also use the Command-Option-Arrow keys to cycle through the list of recently used URLs.

To delete all recent URLs, choose Clear Menu.

Settings Settings

Opens the Settings dialog, which lets you customize the settings.

Queue Queue

Displays the contents of the queue in a drawer. Click the button again to hide the queue drawer.

Log Log

Opens the SiteSucker log file in the Console.

Each SiteSucker document has its own log file, which is in the destination folder. This file is only created if one of the log options is set in the settings and a message is logged. If the log file isn't present in the destination folder, this button is disabled.

If you hold down the option key while clicking the button, SiteSucker will let you choose an application with which to open the file.

File File

Opens the local file in the destination folder that corresponds to the address shown in the URL text field. This is equivalent to double-clicking the file in the Finder. You can use this feature to quickly view your downloaded site in a web browser. This button is disabled unless the URL is associated with a file listed in the Downloads menu.

If you hold down the option key while clicking the button, SiteSucker will let you choose an application with which to open the file.

Folder Folder

Opens the destination folder in the Finder. This allows you quick access to your downloaded files.

Download Download

Starts downloading the address entered into the URL text field. If you click this button while SiteSucker is already downloading files, the URL will be added to queue.

Next Next

Stops the current download and begins downloading the next URL in the queue.

Pause/Resume Pause/Resume

Pauses the download. Click the button again to resume downloading.

Stop Stop

Stops the download and clears the queue.