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how do I get firefox to place photos from my e-mails into "iPhoto"??

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I had safari before, now have firefox.....firefox will only let me put photos from e-mails into "downloads". I want them in iPhoto, but they will not go from firefox nor from downloads now....unless I switch back to safari and safari is extremely slow and sometimes does not work at all.  ????????

I had safari before, now have firefox.....firefox will only let me put photos from e-mails into "downloads". I want them in iPhoto, but they will not go from firefox nor from downloads now....unless I switch back to safari and safari is extremely slow and sometimes does not work at all. ????????

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George Matthew 0 Lösungen 7 Antworten
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You can change where Firefox saves ALL of your downloads by selecting a folder in the General pane of the Options menu. A step-by-step guide on how to accomplish this can be found here.

If you want to save only certain files to a location, you can right-click on the image and choose "Save Image As...". You will then be able to choose where to save that specific file. For more information on this, visit Saving Parts of a Web Page

You can change where Firefox saves '''ALL''' of your downloads by selecting a folder in the General pane of the Options menu. A step-by-step guide on how to accomplish this can be found [[Startup, home page and download settings|here.]] If you want to save only certain files to a location, you can right-click on the image and choose "Save Image As...". You will then be able to choose where to save that specific file. For more information on this, visit [https://support.mozilla.org/kb/how-save-web-page#w_saving-parts-of-a-web-page Saving Parts of a Web Page]
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This does not work.....the only choice I get is "photos"....not iPHOTOS....it will not let me scroll down to iPHOTOS....which normally was alittle below "photos".  ?????

This does not work.....the only choice I get is "photos"....not iPHOTOS....it will not let me scroll down to iPHOTOS....which normally was alittle below "photos". ?????
Moses
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rtmac:

I haven't used a Mac in a few years so here's a tip that might help.

When you click Save image as or Download image or whatever, try navigating to Users > Pictures > iPhotos library.

Once you're there, right click the iPhotos Library and click Show Package Contents then you can save there.

My Mac knowledge is a little blurred as I mentioned but hopefully this works.

rtmac: I haven't used a Mac in a few years so here's a tip that might help. When you click ''Save image as'' or ''Download image'' or whatever, try navigating to Users > Pictures > iPhotos library. Once you're there, right click the iPhotos Library and click ''Show Package Contents'' then you can save there. My Mac knowledge is a little blurred as I mentioned but hopefully this works.