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Before whenever I downloaded a file, it automatically prompted me if I wanted to open the file or save it to my computer, with saving it to my computer preselected. This was fine because I almost never want to open these downloads automatically, and I like all my downloads to go into my downloads folder on a separate drive with much more space (not the temp folder on C:\). The option "do this automatically for files like this from now on" was useful for the rare file type that I would want to open automatically (usually because it's a very small music file or something). Now every time I download virtually any file type, the prompt comes up with 'open the file' preselected, and "do this automatically for files like this from now on" greyed out. As a result, on more than one occasion, I have mistakenly clicked ok and opened huge files automatically after downloading (which has resulted in them popping open even hours later and playing automatically once the download finished). I'd like to be able to select "save it to my computer" and have it do this automatically, but that option is greyed out. The help available seems to suggest going into options Applications and changing the action for the appropriate content type, but: (a) not all the content types I download are listed, i.e. (b) changing the action for the content types I do have (and compressed/zipped folder only) has done absolutely nothing. I'm still prompted for each and every file I download, still preselected to open the file, with the "do this automatically for files like this from now on" still greyed out. I'd like to change it to the way I had before, or at the very least automatically set all downloads to save into my downloads folder. Before whenever I downloaded a file, it automatically prompted me if I wanted to open the file or save it to my computer, with saving it to my computer preselected. This was fine because I almost never want to open these downloads automatically, and I like all my downloads to go into my downloads folder on a separate drive with much more space (not the temp folder on C:\). The option "do this automatically for files like this from now on" was useful for the rare file type that I would want to open automatically (usually because it's a very small music file or something). Now every time I download virtually any file type, the prompt comes up with 'open the file' preselected, and "do this automatically for files like this from now on" greyed out. As a result, on more than one occasion, I have mistakenly clicked ok and opened huge files automatically after downloading (which has resulted in them popping open even hours later and playing automatically once the download finished). I'd like to be able to select "save it to my computer" and have it do this automatically, but that option is greyed out. The help available seems to suggest going into options Applications and changing the action for the appropriate content type, but: (a) not all the content types I download are listed, i.e. (b) changing the action for the content types I do have (and compressed/zipped folder only) has done absolutely nothing. I'm still prompted for each and every file I download, still preselected to open the file, with the "do this automatically for files like this from now on" still greyed out. I'd like to change it to the way I had before, or at the very least automatically set all downloads to save into my downloads folder. "Saves files to" However, I can't think of a way to have the Open/Save/Cancel dialog always default to Save. I think mine suggests whatever I did last for the same type of content, but I haven't paid close attention. I'm out of time to address the problem with "do this automatically" but there is one suggestion for why it could be grayed out in this article: Change what Firefox does when you click on or download a file. Is it possible you had a download-related extension before? To compare settings and extensions, please retain the Old Firefox Data folder on your desktop. Aside from checking the extensions in there, it would be interesting to run a text file comparison on your currently active file and your old one in that folder. "Saves files to" However, I can't think of a way to have the Open/Save/Cancel dialog always default to Save. I think mine suggests whatever I did last for the same type of content, but I haven't paid close attention. I'm out of time to address the problem with "do this automatically" but there is one suggestion for why it could be grayed out in this article: Change what Firefox does when you click on or download a file. ---- Is it possible you had a download-related extension before? To compare settings and extensions, please retain the Old Firefox Data folder on your desktop. The alternative is to always prompt me *where* I want to download my files. Aside from checking the extensions in there, it would be interesting to run a text file comparison on your currently active file and your old one in that folder. "However, I can't think of a way to have the Open/Save/Cancel dialog always default to Save. I think mine suggests whatever I did last for the same type of content, but I haven't paid close attention. " -That might be what Firefox used to do for me, but now it defaults on Open constantly no matter what I've selected last time. "I'm out of time to address the problem with "do this automatically" but there is one suggestion for why it could be grayed out in this article: Change what Firefox does when you click on or download a file. I believe it suggests that the option might be greyed out because of the website I'm downloading the file from incorrectly the filetype. However this is a problem I have been having from every site I have downloaded from - and every site worked fine before my reset. "Is it possible you had a download-related extension before? I can't see anything in the Old Firefox Data that looks like it. The alternative is to always prompt me *where* I want to download my files. "Aside from checking the extensions in there, it would be interesting to run a text file comparison on your currently active file and your old one in that folder. "However, I can't think of a way to have the Open/Save/Cancel dialog always default to Save. " -There's definitely a lot more listed in my old file, but I don't know what I should particularly look for. I think mine suggests whatever I did last for the same type of content, but I haven't paid close attention. " -That might be what Firefox used to do for me, but now it defaults on Open constantly no matter what I've selected last time. "I'm out of time to address the problem with "do this automatically" but there is one suggestion for why it could be grayed out in this article: Change what Firefox does when you click on or download a file. I believe it suggests that the option might be greyed out because of the website I'm downloading the file from incorrectly the filetype. However this is a problem I have been having from every site I have downloaded from - and every site worked fine before my reset. "Is it possible you had a download-related extension before? I can't see anything in the Old Firefox Data that looks like it. "Aside from checking the extensions in there, it would be interesting to run a text file comparison on your currently active file and your old one in that folder. " -There's definitely a lot more listed in my old file, but I don't know what I should particularly look for. user_pref("browser.download.manager.alert On EXEOpen", false); user_pref("Switcher.remote Script Base URL", " Q/scripts/"); user_pref("extensions.fnvfox.general.downloads.downloads Folder", "C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\My Documents\Downloads"); user_pref("extensions.video.downloader.plugin@install-event-fired", true); user_pref("print.print_downloadfonts", false); user_pref("downloads", false);user_pref("browser.download.manager.alert On EXEOpen", false); user_pref("Switcher.remote Script Base URL", " Q/scripts/"); user_pref("extensions.fnvfox.general.downloads.downloads Folder", "C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\My Documents\Downloads"); user_pref("extensions.video.downloader.plugin@install-event-fired", true); user_pref("print.print_downloadfonts", false); user_pref("downloads", false); Yup, the old mime file seems to have worked. The prompt now defaults on "save file" and the checkbox for "do this automatically for files like this from now on" is clickable once more. The prompt now defaults on "save file" and the checkbox for "do this automatically for files like this from now on" is clickable once more. Seems weird that a reset of Firefox would do something like that, but at least it works again for me. Seems weird that a reset of Firefox would do something like that, but at least it works again for me. It appears something went wrong in regenerating the default mime file. First time I've heard of that, but without a lot of experimentation, I'm not sure we could get to the bottom of it. I have just the opposite problem, how do I get Firefox to notify me when downloads are complete, show me where they are and offer me a chance to run them? It used to do it, now I often forget I downloaded something because it does it in the background and I have to go chase down the "download" folder which I can hardly ever find. I have just the opposite problem, how do I get Firefox to notify me when downloads are complete, show me where they are and offer me a chance to run them? It used to do it, now I often forget I downloaded something because it does it in the background and I have to go chase down the "download" folder which I can hardly ever find. Hi timlturner, if you are running Firefox 20 or later, there should be a green downloads arrow on the toolbar that lists your recent downloads. This article has more information: Where to find and manage downloaded files in Firefox. Hi timlturner, if you are running Firefox 20 or later, there should be a green downloads arrow on the toolbar that lists your recent downloads. This article has more information: Find and manage downloaded files. Did a reset and when downloading RAR files the "do this automatically" was greyed out. Did a reset and when downloading RAR files the "do this automatically" was greyed out. Had a hard time even finding the current profile but your answer saved the day. Had a hard time even finding the current profile but your answer saved the day. Before whenever I downloaded a file, it automatically prompted me if I wanted to open the file or save it to my computer, with saving it to my computer preselected. This was fine because I almost never want to open these downloads automatically, and I like all my downloads to go into my downloads folder on a separate drive with much more space (not the temp folder on C:\). The option "do this automatically for files like this from now on" was useful for the rare file type that I would want to open automatically (usually because it's a very small music file or something). Now every time I download virtually any file type, the prompt comes up with 'open the file' preselected, and "do this automatically for files like this from now on" greyed out. As a result, on more than one occasion, I have mistakenly clicked ok and opened huge files automatically after downloading (which has resulted in them popping open even hours later and playing automatically once the download finished). I'd like to be able to select "save it to my computer" and have it do this automatically, but that option is greyed out. The help available seems to suggest going into options Applications and changing the action for the appropriate content type, but: (a) not all the content types I download are listed, i.e. (b) changing the action for the content types I do have (and compressed/zipped folder only) has done absolutely nothing. I'm still prompted for each and every file I download, still preselected to open the file, with the "do this automatically for files like this from now on" still greyed out. I'd like to change it to the way I had before, or at the very least automatically set all downloads to save into my downloads folder. Before whenever I downloaded a file, it automatically prompted me if I wanted to open the file or save it to my computer, with saving it to my computer preselected. This was fine because I almost never want to open these downloads automatically, and I like all my downloads to go into my downloads folder on a separate drive with much more space (not the temp folder on C:\). The option "do this automatically for files like this from now on" was useful for the rare file type that I would want to open automatically (usually because it's a very small music file or something). Now every time I download virtually any file type, the prompt comes up with 'open the file' preselected, and "do this automatically for files like this from now on" greyed out. As a result, on more than one occasion, I have mistakenly clicked ok and opened huge files automatically after downloading (which has resulted in them popping open even hours later and playing automatically once the download finished). I'd like to be able to select "save it to my computer" and have it do this automatically, but that option is greyed out. The help available seems to suggest going into options Applications and changing the action for the appropriate content type, but: (a) not all the content types I download are listed, i.e. (b) changing the action for the content types I do have (and compressed/zipped folder only) has done absolutely nothing. I'm still prompted for each and every file I download, still preselected to open the file, with the "do this automatically for files like this from now on" still greyed out. I'd like to change it to the way I had before, or at the very least automatically set all downloads to save into my downloads folder. "Saves files to" However, I can't think of a way to have the Open/Save/Cancel dialog always default to Save. I think mine suggests whatever I did last for the same type of content, but I haven't paid close attention. I'm out of time to address the problem with "do this automatically" but there is one suggestion for why it could be grayed out in this article: Change what Firefox does when you click on or download a file. Is it possible you had a download-related extension before? To compare settings and extensions, please retain the Old Firefox Data folder on your desktop. Aside from checking the extensions in there, it would be interesting to run a text file comparison on your currently active file and your old one in that folder. "Saves files to" However, I can't think of a way to have the Open/Save/Cancel dialog always default to Save. I think mine suggests whatever I did last for the same type of content, but I haven't paid close attention. I'm out of time to address the problem with "do this automatically" but there is one suggestion for why it could be grayed out in this article: Change what Firefox does when you click on or download a file. ---- Is it possible you had a download-related extension before? To compare settings and extensions, please retain the Old Firefox Data folder on your desktop. The alternative is to always prompt me *where* I want to download my files. Aside from checking the extensions in there, it would be interesting to run a text file comparison on your currently active file and your old one in that folder. "However, I can't think of a way to have the Open/Save/Cancel dialog always default to Save. I think mine suggests whatever I did last for the same type of content, but I haven't paid close attention. " -That might be what Firefox used to do for me, but now it defaults on Open constantly no matter what I've selected last time. "I'm out of time to address the problem with "do this automatically" but there is one suggestion for why it could be grayed out in this article: Change what Firefox does when you click on or download a file. I believe it suggests that the option might be greyed out because of the website I'm downloading the file from incorrectly the filetype. However this is a problem I have been having from every site I have downloaded from - and every site worked fine before my reset. "Is it possible you had a download-related extension before? I can't see anything in the Old Firefox Data that looks like it. The alternative is to always prompt me *where* I want to download my files. "Aside from checking the extensions in there, it would be interesting to run a text file comparison on your currently active file and your old one in that folder. "However, I can't think of a way to have the Open/Save/Cancel dialog always default to Save. " -There's definitely a lot more listed in my old file, but I don't know what I should particularly look for. I think mine suggests whatever I did last for the same type of content, but I haven't paid close attention. " -That might be what Firefox used to do for me, but now it defaults on Open constantly no matter what I've selected last time. "I'm out of time to address the problem with "do this automatically" but there is one suggestion for why it could be grayed out in this article: Change what Firefox does when you click on or download a file. I believe it suggests that the option might be greyed out because of the website I'm downloading the file from incorrectly the filetype. However this is a problem I have been having from every site I have downloaded from - and every site worked fine before my reset. "Is it possible you had a download-related extension before? I can't see anything in the Old Firefox Data that looks like it. "Aside from checking the extensions in there, it would be interesting to run a text file comparison on your currently active file and your old one in that folder. " -There's definitely a lot more listed in my old file, but I don't know what I should particularly look for. user_pref("browser.download.manager.alert On EXEOpen", false); user_pref("Switcher.remote Script Base URL", " Q/scripts/"); user_pref("extensions.fnvfox.general.downloads.downloads Folder", "C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\My Documents\Downloads"); user_pref("extensions.video.downloader.plugin@install-event-fired", true); user_pref("print.print_downloadfonts", false); user_pref("downloads", false);user_pref("browser.download.manager.alert On EXEOpen", false); user_pref("Switcher.remote Script Base URL", " Q/scripts/"); user_pref("extensions.fnvfox.general.downloads.downloads Folder", "C:\Documents and Settings\Owner\My Documents\Downloads"); user_pref("extensions.video.downloader.plugin@install-event-fired", true); user_pref("print.print_downloadfonts", false); user_pref("downloads", false); Yup, the old mime file seems to have worked. The prompt now defaults on "save file" and the checkbox for "do this automatically for files like this from now on" is clickable once more. The prompt now defaults on "save file" and the checkbox for "do this automatically for files like this from now on" is clickable once more. Seems weird that a reset of Firefox would do something like that, but at least it works again for me. Seems weird that a reset of Firefox would do something like that, but at least it works again for me. It appears something went wrong in regenerating the default mime file. First time I've heard of that, but without a lot of experimentation, I'm not sure we could get to the bottom of it. I have just the opposite problem, how do I get Firefox to notify me when downloads are complete, show me where they are and offer me a chance to run them? It used to do it, now I often forget I downloaded something because it does it in the background and I have to go chase down the "download" folder which I can hardly ever find. I have just the opposite problem, how do I get Firefox to notify me when downloads are complete, show me where they are and offer me a chance to run them? It used to do it, now I often forget I downloaded something because it does it in the background and I have to go chase down the "download" folder which I can hardly ever find. Hi timlturner, if you are running Firefox 20 or later, there should be a green downloads arrow on the toolbar that lists your recent downloads. This article has more information: Where to find and manage downloaded files in Firefox. Hi timlturner, if you are running Firefox 20 or later, there should be a green downloads arrow on the toolbar that lists your recent downloads. This article has more information: Find and manage downloaded files. Did a reset and when downloading RAR files the "do this automatically" was greyed out. Did a reset and when downloading RAR files the "do this automatically" was greyed out. Had a hard time even finding the current profile but your answer saved the day. Had a hard time even finding the current profile but your answer saved the day.

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