Bug#424765: epiphany-browser - overwrites download dir setting
joss at debian.org
Tue May 22 11:48:03 UTC 2007
Le mardi 22 mai 2007 à 12:03 +0200, Fabian Greffrath a écrit :
> I have not had a look at the new patch for 2.18.1-3 yet, but please make
> sure the following scenario will be avoided in the future:
> - In the 'Settings' dialog I set ~/Downloads as the default download
> folder and activate the 'automatically download...' button.
> - I travel the web and every file that I click (which cannot be
> displayed by the browser, e.g. pdf files) will be saved in ~/Downloads
> without user interaction. This is good!
> - I find a nice picture that I want to save in another folder called
> ~/Pictures and not in the default ~/Downloads, thus I right-click and
> choose this folder in the 'save as' dialog.
> - From this moment every pdf file that I click will automatically be
> saved in ~/Pictures. This is annoying!
This is the precise use case that caused trouble and which is fixed in
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