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Greetings. I hope somebody can help me with this. I have a trial .Mac account and I have uploaded some pages to the site allocated to me. I have since deleted the original files on my HD and I want them back. How do I download them to my machine? I have been dabbling with Secure FTP which I can use to feed another site that I own, but I don't know the host name of my .Mac account, so at the moment I can't use it for this purpose. Any ideas, please? Cheers Mitcherooney neye:
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They should all be on your iDisk.

Open Finder while connected to the internet and hit Command+Shift+I.

Type in your username/password and drag the files off.

I try to Command+Shift+/ when I can.
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They should all be on your iDisk.

Open Finder while connected to the internet and hit Command+Shift+I.

Type in your username/password and drag the files off.
Brilliant. Thanks Surfwax95 - problem solved. I'm most grateful. Cheers M :mac:
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