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How do I "Save target as ..." when it does not exist on right clicking in Firefox?
Some web sites allow files and free mp3 tracks to be downloaded by right clicking on an icon and selecting "save target as ...". But Firefox does not have this option. How do others handle this? I have had to go back to Internet Explorer to use this privilege.
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== Always been so for me.
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Save Link As... is the equivalent in Firefox.
no it isn't........this option saves as an HTML document link. it does not download the file.
yes he's right it only saves html doesn't download the file!!!!
Please provide a link to a web page where we can test it or verify that issue.
Save link as is indeed saving the html instead of the actual mp3 file I'm trying to download. However, I tried it in Internet Explorer with "Save Target As" BUT unfortunately it also downloads the link and not the file.
The issue is we want to download the file not the link. How can we do that?
Here is an example link http://www.citybiblechurch.org/Websites/citybiblechurch/Blog/453844/03-20-11.mp3
You can do it in Google Chrome, so I've left Firefox and use Chrome instead. All problems solved.