There has been much discussion about the downloads and downloading duplicates. Here are a couple of ideas to help.
Using Windows Explore or better known to many Windows file system.
Hopefully everyone is downloading all of their goodies to the same folder. This folder may contain many sub folders that you may be sorting your items to, but overall they are all in the same place and folder. It is hard to remember what has been downloaded, so let Windows Explore do the work for you.
The top right hand corner is the search box. If you go to the folder first. This will cut down on the search time. Now just use the key words such as pattern 30, tag 50, etc. and enter it into the search box. When you view an item on the web page Marisa has it nicely labeled. Use the first couple of words, PD 20, or? It just takes a few secs and you see everything that contains those key words. It will also look in the sub folders.
If you have Windows Explorer set up to preview, click on the item and see if they match. This way you know if you have the file or not.
If you are not sure how to get to Windows Explorer:
- You can right click on the start button and select Windows Explorer from the menu
- You can click on the folder if it is pinned to the task bar
- You can view your download history if it is there and right click on an item downloaded from PixelScrapper and select open
Does anyone else have ways they keep track of what they downloaded?