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chrome.downloads - Google Chrome Use the chrome. downloads API in order to start, control, manipulate as well as browse your downloaded files. Available:Since Chrome 31. You must specify the download privilege set in the expansion manifest to use this application.

"Privileges": "Downloads", ..... Easy samples for using the chrome. API can be found in the examples/api/downloads folder.

See Specimens for more example and help with displaying the sourcecode. Single files. In order to prevent duplicate work, the name of the files is modified to contain a numerator before the extensions. Overwrite The current files will be replaced with the new files. Command prompts The operator is asked to select a specific sample files.

"Server_unreachable ", "Server_CONTENT_LENGTH_MISMATCH", "Server_Cross_ORIGIN_REDIRECT", "USER_CANCELED", "USER_SHUTDOWN" or "CRASH" Datei The name of the download is suspect. url The download URL is known to be vicious. Contents The download is known to be vicious. Unusual The download URL is not frequently used for download and can be risky. The download came from a hosting that is known to be distributing bad binary files, and is likely to be risky. Unsolicited The download may be undesirable or insecure.

The download does not pose any known threat to the user's computer, accepts The download has been approved by the end users. "Files ", "URL", "Contents", "Unusual", "Host", "Unwanted", "Secure" or "Accepted" in_progress The download is currently being received from the download servers. Disrupted An issue has occurred that has disconnected the download hosts. Disconnected from the download servers. Disconnected from the download servers.

"in_progress", "interrupted" or "completed" An ID that is persistent across browsersessions. This is the exact address from which this download was launched before it was forwarded. Chrome since 54. Ultimately, it forwards the absolutely correct link from which this download is made. Total number of URLs. Total locale pathway. Wrong if this download is logged in memory, correct if it is not logged.

Indicates whether this download is considered secure or suspect. Specifies whether the download is continued, suspended, or completed. If the download stops the read of files from the server, but the link is kept open. Truth, if the download is currently running and halted, or if it is suspended and can be continued from there.

The reason why the download was stopped. Malfunctions related to the networking start with NETWORK_, malfunctions related to the write operation of the filesystem start with FILE_, and malfunctions triggered by the users start with USER_. The number of byte( ) previously retrieved from the server, excluding data compressing.

The number of byte in the entire data set, excluding data compressing, or -1 if not known. The number of byte in the entire data set after uncompression, or -1 if not known. Does the download still exist? The information may be out of date because Chrome does not remove files at all. Run search() to initiate the existing files scan.

Once the existential audit is complete, if the executable has been erased, an on-changed incident is triggered. Please be aware that search() does not await the existential checks to be completed before it returns, so search() results may not exactly represent the filesystem. In addition, search() can be invoked as often as necessary, but does not verify the presence of a filename more than once every 10 seconds.

This is the ID for the file extensions that initiate this download, if this download was triggered by an extensions. This is the name of the file name of the file extensions that started this download, if this download was started by an extensions. Chrome 34. You can download a link to a website. When both file name and saveAs are specified, the Save As dialogue box appears, which is preset with the specified file name.

When the download has been successfully launched, the call-back is invoked with the new download item's loadId. In case an unsuccessful start of the download occurred, call-back is executed with downloadId=undefiniert and run time is invoked. lastError contains a descriptive string. You can download what and how. Download the link below. Filename of the download folder containing the download files, possibly with subfolders.

Uncommitted and empty pathes and pathes with back reference "..." cause an invalid result. it is possible to suggest a default path name after determining the source and destination files according to your needs. it is possible to suggest a default path name after the definition of the source name. Actions to be performed if the name of the files already exist. Using a dialog box, the end users can choose a name for the files, regardless of whether the name is specified or already existing.

This will be accessed with the ID of the new DownloadItem. When you specify the call-back argument, it should be a feature that looks like this: function(integer herunterladenId) {...}; Find DownloadItem. Place the request on the empty item to get all the DownloadItems. In order to receive a certain DownloadItem, just enter the id only. As a result, this keyword arrays restricts the results to DownloadItem, whose file name or URI or FinalUrl contains all keywords that do not begin with a hyphen '-' and none of the keywords that begin with a hyphen.

Restricts the results to DownloadItem that began before the specified ms since the age. Restricts the results to DownloadItem that has been launched after the specified ms since the age. Restricts the results to DownloadItem that ended before the specified ms since the age. Restricts the results to DownloadItem that has ended after the specified ms since the time.

Restricts the results to DownloadItem whose total number of bytes is greater than the specified whole number. Restricts the results to DownloadItem whose total number of bytes is less than the specified whole number. Restricts the results to DownloadItem whose file name corresponds to the specified normal term. Restricts the results to DownloadItem whose URI is the same as the specified normal term. Chrome since 54. Restricts the results to DownloadItem whose finalUrl corresponds to the specified normal term.

Returns the max number of matched DownloadItems. Sets to 0 to get back all suitable DownloadItems. Place items from this group on DownloadItem property to arrange the results of the find. If, for example, you specify orderBy=['startTime'], the DownloadItem will be sorted by its starting point in increasing order. ID of the DownloadItem to be queried.

This is the exact address from which this download was launched before it was forwarded. Chrome since 54. Ultimately, it forwards the absolutely correct link from which this download is made. Total locale pathway. Indicates whether this download is considered secure or suspect. This is the point in downloading in ISO 8601 notation.

This is the point in point in time at which the download in standard form has ended. Specifies whether the download is continued, paused, or completed. If the download stops the read of files from the server, but the link is kept open. The reason why a download was broken. The number of byte( ) previously retrieved from the server, excluding compressing the files.

The number of byte in the entire data set, excluding data compressing, or -1 if not known. The number of byte in the entire data set after uncompression, or -1 if not known. Does the download exist; the call-back should be a feature that looks like this:: function(array of DownloadItem results) {...}; download break.

The download is idle if the query was successfully completed. If the download is not enabled, the query fails. ID of the download to stop. When you specify the call-back argument, it should be a feature that looks like this: function() {...}; Continue an interrupted download.

The download is running and not stopped if the query was successfull. If the download is not enabled, the query fails. ID of the download to be continued. When you specify the call-back argument, it should be a feature that looks like this: function() {...}; abort a download. If a call back is performed, the download is aborted, terminated, paused or no longer exists.

ID of the download to be aborted. When you specify the call-back argument, it should be a feature that looks like this: function() {...}; Get a icon for the specified download. Files symbols are available for new downloading after the created events have been retrieved. Picture sent back by this feature during an ongoing download may be different from picture sent back after the download is over.

Therefore, the symbol you return depends on a number of variables, such as the download status, your platforms, your registration type, and your design. LastsError contains an errormessage when a filesymbol cannot be defined. This is the download ID. This is a link to an images page that represent the download.

Make sure the call-back argument is a feature that looks like this: funktion (string iconURL) {...}; open the download now when the DownloadItem is completed; otherwise, runtime.lastError will output an error. Needs the authorization "Downloads" in additional to the authorization "Downloads. open". This is the name of the downloaded file. Displays the download data in its directory in a data base viewer.

This is the name of the download. Displays the standard download directory in a files Manager. Delete the appropriate DownloadItem from the log without removing the downloads. For each DownloadItem that corresponds to the request, an enErased incident is triggered, then the recall is made. As a result, this keyword arrays restricts the results to DownloadItem, whose files name or URI or FinalUrl contains all keywords that do not begin with a hyphen '-' and none of the keywords that begin with a hyphen.

Restricts the results to DownloadItem that began before the specified ms since the age. Restricts the results to DownloadItem that has been launched after the specified ms since the age. Restricts the results to DownloadItem that ended before the specified ms since the age. Restricts the results to DownloadItem that has ended after the specified ms since the time.

Restricts the results to DownloadItem whose total number of bytes is greater than the specified whole number. Restricts the results to DownloadItem whose total number of bytes is less than the specified whole number. Restricts the results to DownloadItem whose file name corresponds to the specified normal term. Restricts the results to DownloadItem whose URI is the same as the specified normal term. Chrome since 54. Restricts the results to DownloadItem whose finalUrl corresponds to the specified normal term.

Returns the max number of matched DownloadItems. Sets to 0 to get back all suitable DownloadItems. Place items from this group on DownloadItem property to arrange the results of the find. If, for example, you specify orderBy=['startTime'], the DownloadItem will be sorted by its starting point in increasing order. ID of the DownloadItem to be queried.

This is the exact address from which this download was launched before it was forwarded. Chrome since 54. Ultimately, it forwards the absolutely correct link from which this download is made. Total locale pathway. Indicates whether this download is considered secure or suspect. This is the point in downloading in ISO 8601 notation.

This is the point in point in time at which the download in standard form has ended. Specifies whether the download is continued, paused, or completed. If the download stops the read of files from the server, but the link is kept open. The reason why a download was broken. The number of byte( ) previously retrieved from the server, excluding compressing the files.

The number of byte in the entire data set, excluding data compressing, or -1 if not known. The number of byte in the entire data set after uncompression, or -1 if not known. As to whether the downloads exist; if you specify the call-back argument, it should be a feature that looks like this: funktion (array of integrity erasedIds) {...}; if the downloads exist and the downloadItem is completed, delete the download; otherwise, give back a runtime.lastError failure.

When you specify the call-back argument, it should be a feature that looks like this: function() {....}; Ask the client to allow a malicious download. Don't auto accepts harmful downloading. When the download is approved, an on-changed incident is triggered, otherwise nothing happens. If all the files are retrieved into a temp and either the download is not harmful or the threat has been acceptable, the temp will be changed to the destination name, the |state| will change to'complete' and fire atChanged.

This is the DownloadItem name. When you specify the call-back argument, it should be a feature that looks like this: function() {....}; Initiate the drag and drop of the download to another one. Needs in adition to the authorization "Downloads" the authorization "downloads. shelf". When a download starts, this is triggered by the DownloadItem item when the download starts.

Call-back should be a feature that looks like this: function( DownloadItem DownloadItem ) {...}; Fire with your downloadedId when a download is deleted from your memory. Make the call-back argument a feature that looks like this: function (integer downloadId) {...}; The ID of the download item that was deleted. If any of the attributes of a download item other than Received bytes and EndTime estimatedEndTime changes, this is triggered with the downloadedId and an item containing the modified attributes.

Make sure the call-back argument is a feature that looks like this: funktion (object downloadDelta) {...}; The ID of the DownloadItem that has modified. Chrome since 54. Changing the file name, if any. Changes in exist, if any. While determining the file name, the extension can overwrite the destination file name DownloadItem.filename.

DownloadItems will not be completed until all audiences have viewed the proposal. Audiences can call suggest without argument to allow the download to use downloadedItem. filename for its file name, or submit a proposal to overwrite the destination name. When more than one file name is overwritten by an existing one, the last file names of the extensions that were added will be overwritten by the ones whose audience submits a proposal item.

When the download is started by Download and the destination file name is known before the determination of the file types and temporary file names, instead provide the file name for the download. Call-back should be a feature that looks like this: function( DownloadItem DownloadItem, function suggest) {...}; Suggest should be a feature that looks like this: funktion (object suggestion) {...}; The new destinationownloadItem. file name of the download item, as a pathname related to the user's standard download folder, possibly with sub-directories.

It ignores arbitrary and empty pathes as well as pathes with back reference "...". Actions to be performed if the file name already has one.

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