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Wed Jun 27 05:20:25 UTC 2007
Erik P. Olsen wrote:
> Aaron Konstam wrote:
>> On Mon, 2007-06-25 at 23:55 +0200, Erik P. Olsen wrote:
>>> Aaron Konstam wrote:
>>>> Go to: about:config
>>>> in the browser, Then change the value of the config parameter:
>>>> from true to false.
>>>> This will allow you to go to: Edit->preferences->Content
>>>> Then in box called File types click on Manage.
>>> I use firefox 22.214.171.124 and I don't see this "File Types" box. Do I
>>> need an extension to get it?
>>>> There you will see a list of what application handles which extension
>>>> type. This can now be changed. This hidden feature of firefox is
>>>> in situations such as yours.
>>> Ciao, Erik.
>> I don't think it is called File types in that version. But there is a
>> tab that you can click on near the lower right of of the Contents
> I checked again, and I don't see this "Manage" button on the content
> window. However, I found it on firefox 126.96.36.199, so I assume it's a
> version 2 feature only.
Ok, I have installed the plugin and ensured that it shows up in
about:plugins, but for some reason, clicking on a PDF document causes
the browser to bring up a download save/open-with dialog!
The file types -> manage dialog shows me the behavior of various file
types, but all of them do not have a file extension defined.
The file that I am trying to load is a OOo -> PDF document -> Uploaded
onto the web. http://roguexz.googlepages.com/HarshaRamesh.pdf
I do not think that it is an issue with the document per se, or is it?
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