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Changes to how file downloads are handled in Firefox version 98

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Changes to how file downloads are handled in Firefox version 98 is a breaking change. Before this, FF understood that there are 2 different reasons why a file might be downloaded:

  1. Because the User explicitly wants to save a file for later reference - these files were saved to a directory chosen by the User in Settings
  2. Because the System needs to save a file e.g. in order to invoke an external handler such as a PDF viewer - these files were saved to a TEMP directory, and not controlled by Settings

Now under v98 both types of files are saved to the same location - e.g. my Desktop. So my Desktop is now full of files I consider to be temporary and useless!

Please restore the old behavior of 2 different locations for the 2 different types of download.

(Reverting to v97 in the meantime)

Thanks!

[[Changes to how file downloads are handled in Firefox version 98|Changes to how file downloads are handled in Firefox version 98]] is a breaking change. Before this, FF understood that there are 2 different reasons why a file might be downloaded: # Because the User ''explicitly'' wants to save a file for later reference - these files were saved to a directory chosen by the User in Settings # Because the System needs to save a file e.g. in order to invoke an external handler such as a PDF viewer - these files were saved to a TEMP directory, and not controlled by Settings Now under v98 both types of files are saved to the same location - e.g. my Desktop. So my Desktop is now full of files I consider to be temporary and useless! Please restore the old behavior of 2 different locations for the 2 different types of download. (Reverting to v97 in the meantime) Thanks!

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Most who read and post here are ordinary users like you and a post like yours will have no effect. I don't see Mozilla reversing these changes but there is an 'ideas' site: https://connect.mozilla.org.