User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.5) Gecko/20031215 Firebird/0.7 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.5) Gecko/20031215 Firebird/0.7 The "Save files to fhis folder" feature seems to only work for "Save link To disk". It would be cool if this feature also worked for "Save image as..." Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Find an image you wish to steal 2. Select "Save image as..." 3. Click on "Save" in "Save as" dialog box 4. Goto 1 Actual Results: Save as dialog box takes a long time to load, especially when the default is selected each time. Expected Results: Eliminate step 3. Firebird enhances my user experience daily. Keep up the good work.
i encounter this trouble when i want to save *.exe or *.pdf.
email@example.com: that sounds unlikely, considering that *.exe and *.pdf are not images.
firstname.lastname@example.org: since your problem isn't this bug, you should keep searching or file a new bug.
It's inconsistent that saved images are listed in the download manager, but aren't affected by the download options which explicitly refer to "all files".
See also bug 232702, *opposite* bug for "Save Link As...".
"Save Link As..." was recently changed to have the same behavior as "Save Image As..." :( See bug 244961.
I really appreciate the fact that FF makes it easy to download images to a different folder than the default download folder. I'm frequently working on projects in vastly different places in my filesystem, and will want to save a dozen images in a row to one place, and then another dozen to another, neither of which is ever anywhere near the downloads folder I use as a depository for all installers and archives (for instance, the self-starting downloads from Sourceforge, which don't give an option to download to another location). Anyhow, if this change is made, can there be a preference to revert to the original behavior?
I would love this feature to return. Additionally, the Save Image As... (or Ctrl-S / Apple-S on an image) works sporadically since this change was first made. It always worked fine when the files were automaticall saved, but since this change I often get no dialog when trying to save an image, until I try a few times.
This change was in fact intentional. WONTFIX