See the Website login documentation page.
See the Portable version documentation page.
You can use post-filters to achieve this result, if your source does not naturally support this feature.
ext token could be used (they’re aliases of each other, and both contain the extension), for example
More info on the Search documentation page.
Tag category have a special setting which decides what the behavior for multiple tags is.
It can be found in “Save > Tags > Category name”. Change it to something else than “Replace all tags” if you want a different behavior.
In addition to being able to not overwrite existing files, Grabber stores a global MD5 list to ensure you don’t download twice the same image in different locations.
You can change this behavior to one of those below, in the “Save” category of the settings:
This means that different images can end up having the same filename if you are not careful.
Note that the message is a warning, and not an error. You are free to ignore it, you might just sometimes have duplicate filenames for your images.
For example, the filename
%id%.%ext% will generate this warning, because an ID in a given source will represent a different image on another one.
There’s a setting to control which separator is used for words in tags, whether it is a space (
You can find this setting in “Save > Filename”, called “Replace spaces by underscores”.
Another option is to use the underscores modifier in your filename (such as