- 5점 만점에 4점Firefox 사용자 15950359 님, 4년 전I'm using with FF and it's fast & easy. Super simple interaction.
I would like to have an option to auto add a timestamp in the filename when saving, to have timestamp + original filename.
- 5점 만점에 4점john morton 님, 4년 전works well for me, but its missing some of the actions in the legacy addon I used for years til it broke after firefox 52.
This was called Context Menu Image Saver by choobin, it had a pull down in options for "if the image exists the save action will be": 1. prompt user, (giving the choices rename or overwrite), 2. save as a unique file, (rename). or 3. overwrite the existing file. This worked brilliantly for all situations, Please incorporate this feature if you can, Regards.
- 5점 만점에 4점Darth Biomech 님, 5년 전While the limitation about the save folder is relatively easy to elevate with the mklink command, there's two things that I noticed that sour my experience.
Firstly, addon is unable to save files with non-latin characters in them, resulting in gibberish filenames full of %'s.
Secondly, the "if there's same filename already existing in folder, silently save as a copy" behavior. I ran away from that bullshit in Opera, and now it's here too?! Give me an ability to chose what to do, dammit!
Overall it's better than nothing, obviously, but these two things really need to be fixed.
Edit, reply: Well, it would be nice to have a setting in the extension's options to chose what to do in this case: overwrite the file, save as a copy, pop up a save window so the users could decide themselves.
- 5점 만점에 4점Firefox 사용자 13872652 님, 6년 전I have no idea why Mozilla has defied the needs and requirements of its community to save *our* stuff to a place of *our* choice on *our* machinery and I have no idea why Mozilla is forcing us to create new locations *within the default location* and type or paste each of these into an options box (instead of right-click browse). We then have to cut and paste stuff from these places we created under duress to where we want stuff to be (or completely rethink our files and folders structure). Ridiculous!
However, within the confines of this new and very time consuming Mozilla dictatorship, I doff my cap to the developer of this extension because he (or she) has designed the best possible way to Save an Image in a Folder of limited choice. Well done!
- 5점 만점에 4점Shaun Dreclin 님, 6년 전Can't install this addon for some reason, it says it needs Firefox version 58.0a1
Any idea why it's doing that for me?
Also I'm in agreement with the other users, being able to double click to save the image to the last used folder was a major feature of the old addon for me, would love to see it make a return here.I don't know what your Firefox doing with versions, it's clearly a mess.
I will think about double-click behavior. But no promises, as WebExtensions API gives not much in comparison with old add-on system.
I mean that I have nothing with the owner of the old add-on. This is my add-on, and I will do with it anything I want. I could've not publish it at all in the first place.
- 5점 만점에 4점Firefox 사용자 13453595 님, 6년 전All I'm missing is the double-click feature, meaning that a double-click on any image will save it in the last used directory.
- 5점 만점에 4점Luke Baker 님, 6년 전Edit: Thanks for the reply. I meant showing an expanding menu like Save File to
For example, let's say I have the following set in the options:
I was hoping for the menu showing one item, "foo", which then opens an additional menu showing, "Save here", "bar" and "etc".
> If you feel that this extension can be improved in some way, don't hesitate, write me a line :)
I don't see any contact information, so I guess you meant leave a review. Could you make it possible to add subfolders and maybe separators to the context menu? With more than a handful of folders defined, the menu becomes unwieldly.
> But all the folders must reside in your main Downloads folder.
Users can get around this by creating symbolic links.You've guessed right about a review!
Now you can add folders in settings like this (for example):
But in the menu you will see only the last one - Abstract.
If you are saving all the pictures to some high-level folder like "Pictures" you don't want to see all menu items like:
... and so on.
I've tried to get rid of that first part like "Pictures", because I already know that they all are in that folder. But now, as I wrote an example with "Abstract" I've realized that you can have more that one "Abstract" folder in many categories.
I will think about that problem, stay tuned! :)