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Whenever a disk is full and you download, the download fails without explanation.

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Whenever a disk is full and you download, the download fails without explanation.

Instead of the download simply failing, Firefox should tell the user that the disk is full.

The first time it happened I thought that the problem was with the downloads, until I saw that my removable disk was full.

But if a warning message appears, no guessing will be needed.

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Hi,

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I don't know if Firefox can (or tries to) detect how how much space there is available on a drive. If this happens on the system drive then the OS crashes. If it happens on another (external) drive then downloading might abort silently and you may not see an error message.