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No "Save Link As" in Firefox


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Volattile

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After formatting my laptop I've downloaded both 1.06 and the 1.5 BETA, for some reason, neither have a "save link as" option in the context menu when I right-click a link. All I get is "copy link location" and "open link in new tab".

Any ideas?

EDIT: Wrote "save target as" by accident.

Edited by Volattile, 03 October 2005 - 03:10 PM.

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The "Svae target As" option is knon as "Save link As" in Firefox.

Edited by darth_ash, 02 October 2005 - 05:42 AM.

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After formatting my laptop I've downloaded both 1.06 and the 1.5 BETA, for some reason, neither have a "save target as" option in the context menu when I right-click a link. All I get is "copy link location" and "open link in new tab".

Any ideas?

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Firefox Version 1.07 is out now I suggest you download this also as it has several security fixes and tabbed browsing improvements. Download Mozilla Firefox 1.07 Here
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Sorry, I meant to say "Save Link As".

I have 1.07, still no "Save Link As" option.
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