In SM 2.0a1, when you attempt to upload a file, such as uploading an attachment to a bugzilla bug, and you click the Browse button, the File Upload dialog appears, and it initially is positioned in the directory where SM's executable program is located, the current working directory where the program started. ALWAYS. If you have previously done another upload in the same process lifetime, and repositioned the File Upload dialog to a different directory, that other directory is not remembered, not even for the process lifetime. In SM before version 2.0a1, when you attempt to upload a file, and you click the Browse button, the File Upload dialog appears, and it initially is positioned in the same directory as the directory for file downloads. I believe that in SM before 2.0a1, file uploads and file downloads shared the same configuration. If you have file downloads configured to always use a certain directory, then file uploads start in that directory. If you have file downloads configured to remember the last directory and start there, then the file upload dialog starts in that remembered last download directory, and whatever directory you switch to (in the file upload dialog) would also be the starting directory for the next file download dialog. Now, in 2.0a.1, it appears that the directories for uploads and downloads are completely decoupled, and upload directories are not configurable in any way, and are not remembered from one upload to the next. The present behavior is really a pain when you have a large number of files to upload. Having to reposition the File Upload dialog again and again for every file is really tedious.
Does SeaMonkey 2.0a1 have the patch for bug 240644, that was since backed out? That might explain what you're seeing.
I don't see this, does this still happen in current versions?
Status: NEW → UNCONFIRMED
I used to see this a LOT, but haven't seen it for a long time now.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 10 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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