User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.1b) Gecko/20020721 Netscape6/6.0 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.1b) Gecko/20020721 Netscape6/6.0 Problem 1: When the image is downloaded Mozilla adds additional extension to the existing one (based on a mime type image/jpeg the filename is picture.jpg.jpeg). Problem 2: Then it displays the "Opening ...." dialog box where it prompts to save it to disk. If I select to open it with Mozilla and untick "Always show this dialog before handling files of this type", then it opens it with Mozilla but next time it still displays "Opening ..." dialogf despite my settings. I checked in the ehlper applications image/jpeg mime type is correctly registered to be handled by Mozilla without prompting. I need to point out that my default application for jpeg images is ACDSEE. The URL above demonstrates the problem. You need to login username: Mozilla, password: mozilla Regards Alex Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Go to the URL: http://www.fordforums.com/attachment.php?s=ef08c6ec033d0622aa124533bf9df52b&postid=372986 2. Login as user: Mozilla with password: mozilla 3. Note the double extension in the "Opening ..." dialog 4. Select Mozilla in "open it with" edit box and untick "Always show this dialog..." checkbox 5. Close mozilla and revisit the URL, yousdhould still see the "Opening..." dialog Actual Results: Addtional extencion is added to the file i.e image.jpg.jpeg Helper application settings are not utilised as they should - "Opening ..." dialog is displayed always. Expected Results: If the file already has an extension it is probably better not to add another one even if Mozilla is confident about the mime type. This proiblem is also hapenneing when downloading tar.gz files, mozilla prompts to save these as tar.gz.tar. If I select once to open the file automatically without displ;aying "Opening ..." dialog Mozilla shoudl do that.
Please correct your Build ID if you report a bug. You can't use Netscape 6 becaause Netscape6 is based on 0.9.4 and not 1.1b. Bug reports from such old builds are also invalid, we accept bug reports only from the latest milestone.. marking as dupe of bug 184975, this is a error in the vbulletin Board and the vbulletin developers fixed this in the new Board version. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 184975 ***
@#$%& wrong bug#
btw. issue 1) is another bug *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 183653 ***