The Activity Viewer shows what HyperImage is doing. It has four tabs that show the addresses that are being downloaded, are waiting to be downloaded, were downloaded, and were not downloaded. Choose File ▶ Activity Viewer or click the Activity button in the toolbar.
The active tab shows the addresses of images and pages that are currently being downloaded, grouped together by task.
By default, HyperImage will download ten images at a time per task. If there are no addresses in the queue, there may be fewer images in the outline. You can change the number of simultaneous downloads in the general preferences.
The queued tab shows the addresses of images and pages that are waiting to be downloaded, grouped together by task.
Links are normally added at the end of the queue. In the link preferences, you can choose to follow the deepest links first. Then, links will be added to the beginning of the queue. Images are always added to the beginning of the queue.
The downloaded tab shows a list of images that have been downloaded. You can reveal an image in the browser by double-clicking it. Click the clear button in the toolbar to clear the list.
The skipped tab shows which images weren't downloaded, which links weren't followed — and the reason why. You can then fine-tune your preferences to download the images you want. Click the clear button in the toolbar to clear the list.
To pause all downloads, click the pause button or choose File ▶ Pause Downloads (⌘/). To continue, click the resume button or choose File ▶ Resume Downloads. You can also add the pause button to the main window's toolbar.
To stop a download, select it in the outline and click the stop button. To stop all downloads, click the stop button, or choose File ▶ Stop Downloads (⌘.). There is also a stop button in the main window's toolbar.