i guess it would be
but i like stop tazmo
and i don't mind clicking links
You say that it wouldn't use more bandwidth, but I disagree.
Lets assume that you have just started reading a new series which you found on another website (where you downloaded the first 10 chapters). The series has 100 chapters and you want to download the rest here. What are you going to do, click every link individually or just click one that will automatically download from every link allowing you to go and do something else (even though you don't need 10 of the files)?
Naturally you're goping to want to click the single link, the problem is that you have used up bandwidth for the 10 extra files that you wouldn't have downloaded if you had to click links individually. Thats over 11% more bandwidth than needed that has just been wasted.
Y'see by forcing users to click seperate links it helps conserve bandwidth.
If people really want to download files in batches, we can only suggest that they download manga in volumes over at www.mangatraders.com or get it through torrents (scanlators sometimes batch up volumes and put out torrents).
I like the idea, but I would only ever want it implemented if it were to incur no extra cost, except maybe some time to code up said idea. And no extra bandwidth usage.
Maybe you could say set it up so that you have some check boxes, but you only check say like 15 at a time. Then the program will run through and download each one sequentially, which would be exactly the same as the person being there clicking it. Which allows for more productive things to occur.
However, giving that, I still love this website and the fact that it is free. And I still click the links!!! You could always turn clicking the links into a ranndom sort of game I suppose? If you slightly weird and demented *ponders*