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RM 1.1 Using XRM for Downloads Manager?

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Nelson T.

Guest
#1
One of the features of our site is a downloads directory, which contains manuals and how-to files, mostly in PDF format. Users can upload and download files to it, rate them, and it imported my stuff on first use from a directory on my server.

Someone said that XRM would do this. (Being a good member, I bought the XF offician addons of course!)
Can you tell me if I can use XRM- otherwise I will have to pay a coder to do this.

Thanks very much for all your help guys!
 
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Nelson T.

Guest
#3
Sometimes, we need to upload images as well. I assume it won't do that.

Will it import from a directory on the server into the system? (Or from DBTech Downloads for VB). That would be great, and sufficient for our purposes.
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#4
You can add images to the resource content or upload them as .zip files.

It's not possible to import any external content.
 
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Nelson T.

Guest
#5
You can add images to the resource content or upload them as .zip files.

It's not possible to import any external content.
Sorry to hear that. I have like 1500 files. To add them one at a time would take forever...
I'm stumped now...
 
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Nelson T.

Guest
#7
Maybe. I would love if someone would make a download manager add on. I think it would be pretty popular.
 
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Nelson T.

Guest
#10
A lot of people want it- in VB- it is an EXTREMELY popular addon (mod). JSELLE wrote a good one, then abandoned it.
DBTech wrote one, which I have, but is not very good IMHO.

People threatened to write one in 2010 I see, then it died. I would pay up to $75 for it, and I reckon others would too!

Anyone? Or even an IMPORTER for Resource Manager would work!