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Joseph Voigt wrote:
I agree, it'd be nice if sitemapper could follow the links vice just generating a flat directory list. Some of my pages are nested up to six deep, so it'd sure be nice if sitemapper could follow the links and then show the sub-pages under the main ones. :)

Hello,

(1)
that's totally ok, building the site-tree, because following the links wouldn't work with JS-Menues or Applet-Menues, as many sitemapping-programs do, and therefore don't work for me!
I think the parameter "Simple paragraphs" does the best job, showing the tree!

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It would be nice, if not only "ignored files" but also "ignored subfolders" could be saved! :rolleyes:

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How I can be informed, when a new version is ready for download?

Thanks for the program! :)
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We have corrected the problem with the saving not remembering the saved folders. We also tweaked a few other things and corrected the problem if you are using Custom DPI settings.

The latest version can be downloaded at http://mercedes.coffeecup.com/CoffeeSiteMapper.exe

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Thanks for the quick solution and the new version! :)
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Hi, I'm confused because I thought I had the latest version of Coffeecup Html, but I can't find SiteMapper.

I downloaded the SiteMapper file you referenced. When I install it, will it become accessible from within CoffeeCup Html. Or will it be a stand-alone program?

I don't want to install a stand-alone version if there is an option to access the program within CoffeeCup Html.

Thank you.
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Nevermind the need I mentioned in my previous question. I found the solution. However this may help others.

It took me a while to find the Upgrade page at care.coffeecup.com/fileDownload.php . I wish the link to "Check for Updates" in the CoffeeCup Html Help menu were linked to that page instead of to coffeecup.com/software.

On the Upgrade page, the purchased software which had an update available had a red Download link instead of the three options Trial, Purchase, and Get it free.

As I recall, when I went from the trial to the purchased version, I had to reinstall completely. I would not have hesitated to download an upgrade, but since the link went to the usual Download instead of to Update, I had a concern about losing my present files.

Thanks.

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