User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10.7; rv:10.0a2) Gecko/20111204 Firefox/10.0a2 Build ID: 20111204042031 Steps to reproduce: Drag and drop an image from a webpage to the Finder in order to save it. Video of the issue: http://cl.ly/3R0Y0o3Z0q0Q2c2f3F0j (showing Chrome's behavior first, then Firefox/Aurora's) Actual results: The image was added to Finder, but trying to open it reveals the error: "The file xxx could not be opened. It may be damaged or use a file forma that Preview doesn't recognize" Expected results: The image should have been saved properly and should be working.
Example URL: http://dribbble.com/shots/86932-Code-editor
How are you taking those screenshots? Other file types and other pngs work fine for me. The only files that I can reproduce this with are the png screenshots you've uploaded to that site.
@Dietrich it happens for all the screenshots on Dribbble - not just mines. Could it be because the <img /> on Dribbble have their src as "...xxx.png?1323062013" ?
right-click -> view image. Then drag and drop. Does this work? If not, can you add the URL of a non-working image here?
@Paul Right-click -> View image, then drag and drop to Desktop/Finder has the exact same effect: the image can't be opened (same error as on my video when trying to open the image: http://cl.ly/3R0Y0o3Z0q0Q2c2f3F0j ). It appears to happen with every images on Dribbble. Here are two example URLS: - http://dribbble.com/system/users/25514/screenshots/341834/projectmanagement.png?1323102838 - http://dribbble.com/system/users/1784/screenshots/341492/d251.jpg?1323073125
And if you remove "?1323073125", does it work?
@Paul nope. Same thing, still doesn't work.
What is the size of the generated file? Is it empty? Can you try with a nightly build (http://firefox.com/nightly)?
@Paul for this image http://dribbble.com/system/users/25514/screenshots/341834/projectmanagement.png , the size is 195 KB when "saved" (which is the correct size of the image - it's 195 KB as well when saving it with Chrome, and the image works). I will download and install the latest Nightly now, and report back again.
@Paul just tested in Nightly (11.0a1 (2011-12-05)), exact same issue (for both drag and drop for the Dribbble page, and after View image). :(
Can you please attach the generated file from Firefox and Chrome?
Interesting, Firefox creates a gzip file: > $ file firefox.png chrome.png > firefox.png: gzip compressed data, from Unix > chrome.png: PNG image data, 400 x 300, 8-bit/color RGB, non-interlaced > $ mv firefox.png firefox.png.gz > $ gunzip firefox.png.gz > $ md5sum firefox.png chrome.png > 7b6127c8d8ecf6ab07692247f3643ffe firefox.png > 7b6127c8d8ecf6ab07692247f3643ffe chrome.png
Hmmm, odd indeed :/ So is that a confirmed Firefox bug, or something to do with Dribbble itself (although it works fine on other browsers)?
Just tested on a Mac. I can reproduce this bug.
Looks like a duplicate of bug 510670. Thanks for reporting it Max!