Zoeken in Support

Vermijd ondersteuningsscams. We zullen u nooit vragen een telefoonnummer te bellen, er een sms naar te sturen of persoonlijke gegevens te delen. Meld verdachte activiteit met de optie ‘Misbruik melden’.

Learn More

Deze conversatie is gearchiveerd. Stel een nieuwe vraag als u hulp nodig hebt.

Firefox will not download images to save as JPEG- Only save All Files

  • 5 antwoorden
  • 1 heeft dit probleem
  • 23 weergaven
  • Laatste antwoord van RobertJ

more options

When attempting to save pictures from the internet the only option get is save as all files. I am unable to change my default to JPEG in settings.

Alle antwoorden (5)

more options

Does it happen on every site or on some specific?

more options

Every site. I do not have this issue with any other browsers. I even had this problem on my work computer as well. I have reinstalled the browser several times and cleared history and cache.

more options

When "All files" is selected then you will have to add the correct file extension yourself to make the OS recognize the file properly.

You can inspect the MIME database key with the registry editor (regedit.exe) and do a search for that MIME type (file extension) via Ctrl+F. Be cautious with editing the registry as there is NO UNDO possible: all changes are applied immediately. You can export key(s) in the registry editor before making changes. You can check specific file extension keys (e.g. .jpg) in the registry with the registry editor.


You can check a possibly linked MIME type in the MIME Database registry key.

  • HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\MIME\Database\Content Type\
more options

This seems very complicated and advanced for my skill set. Is there a step by step process to fix this. I got as far as opening up the regedit and ctrl f and searched "MIME "then I am not sure what to do next. I would send you a screen shot but the screen shot extension does not work as well on firefox browser. I tried several an none work.

more options

Hi poex,

The All Files option retains the file in it's original file type.

Firefox doesn't afford the option to convert a file type (e.g. save a .png as a .jpg.)

Hope this helps.