Option better than "download them all"?

I use Firefox and the add on I use is Download them all.

Is there something better?

Specifically, the sites I download my information from log you out after a short period.  After this, any queued downloads get an error and can't be restarted.  Even if I log back in and try to restart it doesn't work.

I hate having to go back through my sites to find out where I was in download list and then to re-add them all to the queue.

Is there a better way?  Am I missing something with DTA?
skeetleyAsked:
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jaanvarConnect With a Mentor Commented:
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pnrkumarConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I use flashgot add-on with DAP. In DAP you can store username password.

I've no issues with saving many files with these. If it asks for user name and password just give once and DAP will save it for further downloads.
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skeetleyAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the tips guys.  I shall try both those out right away.

I guess I should add that the sites I download from have the username/password/enter the letters you see in the box thing.  So when I get logged out I am not sure an auto log back in will work...
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