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View Page Info/Media/Select All images does not work anymore

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  • Igcine ukuphendulwa ngu Adrian66

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Hi, I have recently discovered that I cannot save all images via the above route. Might this have something to do with an update? This feature is very useful when you are working with some technical sites that have images of interest. Instead of save the images one by one, or use additional unnecessary addons that may or may not work, I could select all images, point to a subfolder and say 'Open.' This has stopped working. My currecnt version is Firefox 84.0.2, 64-bit, on Linux. Any ideas/solutions on how to get this feature back would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Isisombululo esikhethiwe

Hi there, Thank you. Your suggestion was spot on and it worked. I used to have an ESR version but I had to manually keep on top of it with updates to my system [CentOS 7.] So, some time ago I decided to revert to the standard version and just let it to do the updates. Thanks again.

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Yes, it's a Firefox 84 bug, and it's scheduled to be fixed in Firefox 85. That should release on January 26th.

If you desperately need to save a whole bunch of images between now and then, you could install the Firefox Developer Edition --based on Firefox 85 now -- alongside the regular release and use that for those situations. Then when regular Firefox updates, you can uninstall developer edition (or just keep it for when you might want to try a pre-release version for something).

More info: https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/developer/

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

Hi there, Thank you. Your suggestion was spot on and it worked. I used to have an ESR version but I had to manually keep on top of it with updates to my system [CentOS 7.] So, some time ago I decided to revert to the standard version and just let it to do the updates. Thanks again.