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Save window sidebar positioning in Win 7

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I've got a situation that is more of an annoyance than an actual problem, but I was wondering if this happens to other people as well. I'm running Win 7. Whenever I go to save a file, instead of leaving the location selection area on the left scrolled to the top, Firefox opens it scrolled down to where 'My Computer' shows, causing me to have to scroll up every time I want to save to the top folders of my 'Favorites.' Anyone else notice this? I realize this is a tiny annoyance, but it would be very nice if this wouldn't happen in future builds ...

I've got a situation that is more of an annoyance than an actual problem, but I was wondering if this happens to other people as well. I'm running Win 7. Whenever I go to save a file, instead of leaving the location selection area on the left scrolled to the top, Firefox opens it scrolled down to where 'My Computer' shows, causing me to have to scroll up every time I want to save to the top folders of my 'Favorites.' Anyone else notice this? I realize this is a tiny annoyance, but it would be very nice if this wouldn't happen in future builds ...

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Morbus 135 solutions 2340 answers

Hello.

I doubt this is related to Firefox, since the file handler is system specific.

Hello. I doubt this is related to Firefox, since the file handler is system specific.

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But it only happens in the Firefox save window, not in any other explorer windows ...

But it only happens in the Firefox save window, not in any other explorer windows ...
Morbus 135 solutions 2340 answers

That may be related to where the default save location is in the sidebar. To my knowledge, the sidebar focus the folder that is open in the file handler.

That may be related to where the default save location is in the sidebar. To my knowledge, the sidebar focus the folder that is open in the file handler.