WebArchive Folderizer
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WebArchive Folderizer extracts contents of Safari webarchives.

I was quite distressed tonight to notice that one of my older Safari Web archives was showing placeholders instead of the graphics I knew had been there. It seemed that Safari had decided to refresh the page content before displaying it and couldn't get to the images at their original location.

WebArchive Folderizer simply extracts the entire contents of a Safari webarchive file dropped onto its icon into a new folder (with the same name as the webarchive) mimicking the original hierarchy. No attempt is
What's New
Version 1.2.5:
  • More robust handling of embedded URLs.
  • More MIME types recognized for dynamic content.
  • Better handling of text content with incorrect encodings.
  • Traditional Chinese localization (donated).
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • Mac OS X 10.2 or later for PPCMac OS X 10.4 or later for x86






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davidlaska reviewed on 16 Dec 2006
I used to do this in classic with explorer archives, I finally found this, to bad safari cannot do a comprehensive web archive like explorer was doing long ago. Numerous options for the web-archive save feature and its ability to let you chose how many levels of links to archive and options for that too.
[Version 1.2.5]


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+5
danway commented on 03 Apr 2006
Awesome! What a sweet application. thanks!
[Version 1.2.2]


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+11

kiddailey reviewed on 12 Feb 2006
Oh wow! Brilliant. Been wanting something like this for ages. Thank you!
[Version 1.2]


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+21
maconnect commented on 12 Feb 2006
cool, thanks !
But why is it not extracting the html sources as well ?
[Version 1.2]

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burypromote

+9
Greg Weston (developer) replied on 12 Feb 2006
If you've found a page that doesn't work, please point me to it. It should be extracting everything.
burypromote

+1
koodough had trouble on 23 Nov 2007
Hmm. I'm having some trouble getting this to work.
I tried this link..
http://chris.pirillo.com/2007/11/06/top-100-mac-apps/

And it doesn't not load the 100 featured mac App Icon images, even though I see it in the folder.

Is it suppose to create a folder? or webarchive. (I'm getting a folder.)
[Version 1.2.5]


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Version Downloads:18,846
Type:Internet : Internet Utilities
License:Free
Date:22 Jun 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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WebArchive Folderizer extracts contents of Safari webarchives.

I was quite distressed tonight to notice that one of my older Safari Web archives was showing placeholders instead of the graphics I knew had been there. It seemed that Safari had decided to refresh the page content before displaying it and couldn't get to the images at their original location.

WebArchive Folderizer simply extracts the entire contents of a Safari webarchive file dropped onto its icon into a new folder (with the same name as the webarchive) mimicking the original hierarchy. No attempt is made to process or update any of those contents. I needed a way to get at the embedded images and thought others might as well.


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