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Re: Dialog box that offers to save or open email attachment
I use "always ask" for mp4 files in gmail - it used to work fine, but now it opens file if I select MS Media player AND IT SAVES the blasted file to my Downloads as well ! ....which I don't want it to do.
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After version 96 Firefox appear to have stopped giving users the option to just open a file without automatically saving it to 'Downloads' first or to safe it to another folder. Here is my post of earlier today...
https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1371387 Firefox have stopped offering the option to just OPEN a file or attachment. Files are now automatically saved to 'Downloads' or can be saved to another folder. This sudden autocratic change has caused much grief to many Firefox users judging by comments already made in numerous forums. It appears some Firefox 'brainstormers' created this change to 'benefit' users and to prevent data loss etc. Well, this user and many others strongly disagree and hope that Firefox will reconsider their decision or at least offer some alternative or option to 'just open' a file without saving it. I have, for now, installed an old Firefox version (96.0) to recover the old option menu to open or save files. However, if Firefox persist with this change, without offering a 'open only' option, I and many other users will be forced to switch to other browsers, e.g. Microsoft Edge, which do offer that option.