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Old 12-07-2012, 02:58 PM   #4
nickredding
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Note: there is still an intermittent problem with this in that sometimes a fragment of the ad page appears as the article, and the article itself is loaded as an inline link from the ad page.
I have concluded that this occurs when the NYTimes website stubbornly serves the ad page again even after a 5 second delay and a page reload.

Interestingly, this only seems to happen when there are multiple downloads taking place simultaneously.

The recipe I submitted has simultaneous_downloads=1 and this seems to prevent the problem from arising.

If anyone encounters the ads slipping in with simultaneous_downloads=1 please let me know. Otherwise I'll assume the slight increase in runtime from using simultaneous_downloads=1 is a reasonable solution to the problem.
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