- 5 段階中 4 の評価jnewman によるレビュー (5年前)Excellent add-on. It would be still more useful if one could save pages to .url shortcuts in the default directory (without all the nested subdirectories). That is, "save pages shortcuts" in the same exact way as "save links shortcuts". Also, it would great if there were toolbar button for saving page shortcuts.
- 5 段階中 4 の評価Oren Kreps によるレビュー (5年前)With symlinks, this extension works well for my needs. One function I would add if possible is to open a dialog if the file being saved has a duplicate name in the directory instead of automatically renaming it.
- 5 段階中 3 の評価Firefox ユーザー 12086402 によるレビュー (5年前)I have a lot of links like "download.php&id=1234". This extension saves all those links as file with "download.php" name. While FF itself honors Content-Disposition response header (filename parameter).The addon is already checking for Content-Disposition, but not much can be done if the HEAD request for Content-Disposition fails. Actually hooking into Firefox's download filename has to wait until Firefox implements Chrome's onDeterminingFilename API.
Rewriting the filename might work as a stopgap.
- 5 段階中 5 の評価GoodCat によるレビュー (5年前)This is good replacement for a non-working "Save Link/Image in Folder". Using symlinks is a very easy way to get around the "default directory" limitation
Although sometimes downloading failed. The reason is not clear, because after a while the same file (or image) in the same tab is downloaded properly. Upd: probably this happens only on Tumblr.
If you have a file with the same name in the folder, it is automatically renamed by adding (1). But I would like that in this case there was a "Save as..." window for renaming or canceling the download.
Also it would be nice to be able to give the names of the menu items are different from the folder paths.If you can provide details I can look into why it failed to download. Firefox is pretty strict as to what it considers valid filenames, and with the current downloads API I can't make Firefox prompt when there's a filename conflict.
- 5 段階中 5 の評価Kinnear によるレビュー (5年前)Any chance of supporting subfolders off the context menu?
eg, so rather than having a huge list of folders directly off the context menu, have each nested folder appear as a submenu off the previous?
would result in a context menu with just "Images >" in it, expanding to the next level would show two more options, "Vehicles >" and "Animals >", and offer a "Save Here" option. Expanding Animals would offer "Dogs" "Cats" and "Flying >", etc. Basically, the functionality of the old "Save File To" addon? I'm not sure if 57+ even allows submenus within context menus? (Even if you had to set them up initially, unlike Save File To which auto-generates the context menus, it would be very helpful.)
I just think it would save a huge amount of screen real-estate, and be a lot more user-friendly for those of us who work with a lot of nested folders. :) But, addon works exactly as described, thanks!
Also, to "anonymous user 5f8d7a", the limitation to within downloads is part of the new framework for non-dialog automated saving. It's true of all addons. If you want to save outside your downloads folder, then it has to offer you a save dialog box each time, in which case you might as well just right-click, save.
- 5 段階中 5 の評価Firefox ユーザー 13458891 によるレビュー (5年前)perfect replacement for Save Image in Folder after every extension i used to rely on stopped working without substitution in FF57. except that I had to learn to make symlink, which took me 10-15min, it works exactly the same. thank you very much
- 5 段階中 5 の評価Grinch によるレビュー (5年前)Good replacement for Context Menu Image saver. Would it be possible to add an option so that if the filename already exists that it would show a quick pop-up that gives you the option to Overwrite or Rename the file instead of automatically renaming it. I've got the show save as dialog pop-up turned on now, but would rather just a quick Overwrite or Rename option instead.
- 5 段階中 4 の評価SkyCharger によるレビュー (5年前)nice, but I'd like the option to access sub-directories via the context menu. (having to make a separate entry for each sub-directory can easily make for a cluttered mess)