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JPEG Images no longer open internally in FF, get downloaded. No option to open internally

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Suddenly, now on FF 119.0.0.1, JPEG Images no longer open in new tab when clicked with mid-mouse-button (previous behaviour, wanted), instead they get downloaded, safed to DL-folder, and maybe opened in 3rd-party-app. I tried to change the Open-with settings, but to no avail - there's no option to 'Open in Firefox'/Internally. (Only Open with../Download)

I've tried older guides on the topic, which didn't apply here it seems, also cleaned cache, etc.

Suddenly, now on FF 119.0.0.1, JPEG Images no longer open in new tab when clicked with mid-mouse-button (previous behaviour, wanted), instead they get downloaded, safed to DL-folder, and maybe opened in 3rd-party-app. I tried to change the Open-with settings, but to no avail - there's no option to 'Open in Firefox'/Internally. (Only Open with../Download) I've tried older guides on the topic, which didn't apply here it seems, also cleaned cache, etc.

Isisombululo esikhethiwe

The website may be using the "Content-Disposition" header to force download. You can work around this by installing an extension like InlineDisposition Reloaded.

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

The website may be using the "Content-Disposition" header to force download. You can work around this by installing an extension like InlineDisposition Reloaded.

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