- Noté 1 sur 5par avatarofshadow, il y a 2 answhen I click on "convert and save" it DOES change it to a jpg for me, but the titles of multiple images on a page are the same. So, it's just faster to change the webp to jpg than to use this feature a lot of the time.
Réponse du développeurmis en ligne : il y a 2 ansIt is not perfectly clear to me what you are doing. I assume that the pop up "save as" dialog is throttling your workflow. You can turn this popup off and download the converted image directly. Open the settings using the converters browser button at the top right of the browser. Than navigate to the "generic" tab and change to advanced mode. There you can turn off the save as dialog. Also make sure the filename conflict action is set to unique (default) if you want to avoid automatic overwriting existing files. Hopefully this resolves your issue if not please let me know and I might b able to help you further.
- Noté 1 sur 5par Sandi, il y a 3 ansWhat happened to this? It worked great and suddenly stopped working in FF, the context menu is still there but does nothing.
This was amazing at converting webp to jpg.
Please fix this
- Noté 1 sur 5par Gucciiz, il y a 3 ansConversion does not work.
I've tried to convert webp to png but it still saved as a webp format.
I've also tried to save jpg using WebP image converter which 'should' convert the jpg to png, but it still saved the normal jpg format.
My firefox is the latest build 84.0.2, shouldn't be a problem right?