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script for automatic download and structured storage of images

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I am looking for someone to code a script for me in order to download images from a certain website and store them on my computer.
The script should include the following features:

- download stock charts from tradesignalonline.com. Since these are not "normal" images but interactive graphics which can be saved as a .png I would recommend you to check out their website. Go to "www.tradesignalonline.com" and click on one of the charts displayed (e.g. Dax Perf. Index). Now please click on the big chart that opens, accept the GTC and intall the add-on. You will then see the interactive chart which you are able to apply several tool on. Now select "Plublish" and "Save Image". This is how the charts are saved as .png. On the left you will see a couple of other indices such as the Dow Jones or S&P500. After saving one chart the script should move to the next one in the list and save this chart as well. This should be performed untill the last chart is reached. The image size should be 1500x750

- the downloaded image files should be named according to the specific security. This could be achieved through two ways: either by taking the name as which the chart is saved in the tradesignalonline folder (see chart list on the left), or providing a list of all the names which is just processed from top to bottom.

If you have any futher questions please do not hesitate to contact me. Also, you may want to see the attached screenshot of how the TSO-interface looks like.

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