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However, the zip file downloaded by my Windows machine seems to be corrupted. I get an "Windows cannot open the folder. The Compressed (zipped) Folder ... is invalid." error message when I try to unzip it. Why is this happening and how can I fix it? I need to be able to run the code on both computers.
The zip folder does not get corrupted on the Windows machine, when I just put =GetFeature&version=1.1.0&typeName=OGD:KAT_GEM_200&srsName=EPSG:31259&outputFormat=shape-zip into my internet browser and download it like that.
The load would be in the building of the zip not the download. Zip downloads would lessen the load on downloading files as they would be smaller the the individual files. Might be that less people ar using the site.
You are a herro! Im probaly not the only one finding out that they put adds on every download instead of fixing the download all button. It cost like 3 minutes to download a view parts of a model! This solution is truely amazing
Every zipfile I have tried in the last hour has worked as it should. I think it has been fixed..Thank-you Thingiverse people. I'm with Hank here, it's been an annoyance for a couple of weeks, I've just waited to get the big multi-file downloads, grateful to have it back to usual!
Yes, looks like this is getting straightened out. One thing, though: it looks like the filenames of the zip files are no longer the titles of the Thing, but just the number. Might be necessary for better uniqueness or something, but I still have to change it when downloading (I'm not going to clutter my downloads directory with dozens of files called things like 4211341.zip!)
Still not working, and exasperating... But it fixes itself after a while. I leave tabs of things I want to download sitting in the browser, and after a while... days? weeks? when reloaded, the .zip link is there again. I assumed it was some sort of change as to how things were being processed, that zip files weren't being created on the fly or at upload time for some weird reason.
In this case, only ZIP files are affected, so one can easily work around that issue by downloading the files one at a time. If needed, one could ZIP them up after downloading the individual files - again, an easy workaround.
In some cases, depending on the file type, your customer may not actually be downloading your download. This can lead to confused and frustrated customers. This can hurt sales or needlessly increase support requests.
Cool. You just learned how and why to use ZIP files for selling digital products and downloads. You also know more about ZIP files in general, which will give you an edge over the competition when running a digital store.
File compression is an important part of the digital workspace. ZIP files use compression to send more data at faster speeds than has ever been possible. This is why ZIP files are such a popular tool for businesses all across the world. But what exactly is a ZIP file?
There are a broad range of potential uses for zipped files in a business setting. Being able to send large numbers of files over email is imperative. Say you need to send a big batch of files to a colleague or client. If you try to send them all at once in an email attachment, you will get an error message because of file size. So you could try to send each file as in separate emails. But this is time consuming, labor intensive, and could lead to duplicate files. To send all the files in one email, you can zip them and attach this single ZIP file to your email. Your recipient can then unzip the file by downloading and clicking.
You can download files and folders from Microsoft OneDrive, or from SharePoint in Microsoft 365, SharePoint Server Subscription Edition, or SharePoint Server 2019 to your computer with just a few clicks.
To download individual or multiple files, select each item by clicking the circle check box that appears. (The left image below shows items in List view, the right image shows items in Tiles or Photos view.) (You can also select several files at once by selecting one file, scrolling down the list, then hold down the Shift key while left-clicking the last item you want to select.)
If your browser prompts you, choose Save or Save As and browse to the location where you want to save the download. (Some browsers just start saving right away to a Downloads folder on your computer.)
If you need to free up space on your OneDrive, download your file or folder to a location outside of your OneDrive folders (see below). You can then delete the OneDrive copy of the file or folder to reduce your storage amount.
If you select multiple files or folders and then select Download from Microsoft OneDrive, SharePoint in Microsoft 365, or from SharePoint Server Subscription Edition, your browser will start downloading a .zip file containing all the files and folders you selected. If you're in a folder and you select Download without selecting any files or folders, your browser will begin downloading all contents of the folder.
On a mobile device, you can make files available offline, which is similar to downloading files. From the OneDrive app in iOS, Android, or Windows 10 phone, look for the Offline icon ( for Android or iOS, or for Windows mobile devices).
Hi, @gazam. The reason for the deploy download failure is because of the size of the deploy. The current deploy of that site has 3,250 total files and the total size of the files is 2,465,970,135. The deploy is over 2 GiBs in size.
If you want to download all student submissions for an assignment, you can download them as a bulk download. All submissions are downloaded as a single ZIP file that you can use to grade submissions on your computer offline. If a student has resubmitted an assignment, only the most recent submission will be included in the ZIP file. You can also download assignments from the Gradebook.
Bulk downloads can be used for the following submission types: file uploads, text entries (displayed as HTML files), website URLs (displayed as HTML files), and Google Docs submissions. Bulk downloads cannot be used for video file uploads.
Canvas will generate the assignment submissions together and download them to your computer as a .zip file. You can view the status of the download in the progress bar  and also by download percentage .
When the file is finished processing, download the file by clicking the Click here to download link . Canvas will also include the size of the download file as part of the link for your reference.
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