This is a fairly large website in Europe. Mozilla can't open pictures because they seems to be interpreted as .asf files. Another minor thing is that they generally use the ALT= property for iamges and links though it's obvious that they would aim the TITLE= function. Disclaimer: that particular user was chosen on random so please don't message him or so 1. Go to www.lunarstorm.se 2. user: tryout & password: aspasp 3. Go to the box at the bottom/right that says "snabbsök" and enter for instance: feber 4. A new page, press the red "PRYLAR" button 5. There's a list of his pictures (they should all be jpeg's or possibly bmp's, although I think they're embedded in an .asp file) 6. Click on any of the picture headings 7. Now there should be a dialogue for whether you want to open or save, notice that the mime type is application/x-lsdownload 8. By trying the "Advanced" button, you could see that it's an .asf file 9. Saving works fine, it then seems to swap so that it's a jpeg that's saved 10. But if you choose "Open" then it asks for an associated program (although I have already an associated program for jpeg's) The thing is that now there's an .asf file it tries to open, not a jpeg which it should be. I'm not really sure if it's a wrong design. firstname.lastname@example.org (corporate) email@example.com (user support)
Also check out the link now added to "URL". It's a different site - but it seems to be closely related. If you click on the "klagomålsblankett" link to the right, apart from that it opens a new window, the save dialogue appears... If you press "Advandced" you can see that it's an 'application/pdf' with a pdf extension. But if you choose to save the file, the following dialogue wants to save 'getFile.asp'.
Confirmed 2002022203/WinXP Notes: Author also needs to specify character set. My default is UTF-8 so the characters are incorrectly interpreted with lots of question marks.
Confirming bug with Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:0.9.8) Gecko/20020204 (and the same version on Mac OSX) Setting Platform->All the JPG file is not JPG in fact. It contains a string which is "An error occurred on the server when processing the URL. Please contact the system administrator." setting P3. Tried with IEMac to reproduce the bug, but IE does nothing when clicking on the picture link...
Have you received any response from the webmaster? What do they say?
What happens now is that also when you save the file, it is treated as an .asp -file, and thus given the .asp file extension. Before, you could at least save the picture as .jpg without modifying the target file name.
I think this is a duplicate of 120327. Can anyone verify?
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 120327 ***
Reopening, I was wrong.
It's fixed, just don't know how & when...