- от mad_muffinz, 2 года назадОценено на 3 из 5It won't save images with direct urls that don't end in the format type, such as ones from Twitter. Example:
- от alexg, 4 года назадОценено на 3 из 5need a savelink extension functionality, since that one is dead (save url of the page as an .url file in a predefined directory with predefined filename pattern, with a single button click)
- от zakgj, 4 года назадОценено на 3 из 5For saving out of the default (on Windows) you can use application called "Link Shell Extension" a graphical mklink install then on the target directory right click & chose "pick link source" then right click on default directory & chose "Drop As.." & chose symbolic link or Junction then you will have the target directory in the default directory & the directory name to "Save in" setting.
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- от Пользователь Firefox 12086402, 4 года назадОценено на 3 из 5I 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).
Ответ разработчикаопубликовано 4 года назадThe 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.