It's just not the same. I do not want to define rules and don't want to right click to choose to Open a file. I want to see a dialog box that asks me what to do in each specific case.
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RE: Donloading Files: Dialog Box "Open, Save, Save As, Cancel"Suggestions and feature requests
Donloading Files: Dialog Box "Open, Save, Save As, Cancel"Suggestions and feature requests
In Opera Desktop we have two options:
A) Predefined Download Location Folder
Always ask where to save each file before downloading
Option A), is good if I don't want to save the files I download. If I want to save one downloaded file, I have to open the folder, copy the file, browse the destination folder and then paste it there.
Option B), is good if I want to save all the files I download because I always have to select a place to save the file. If I just want to open the file and I don't want to save it, I have to select a "trash" folder to download the file, then open the file to see it's content, an then delete it.
What I want is the old "Open, Save As, Cancel" dialog box... or even better, "Open, Save to default folder, Save As, Cancel". I need to control my downloaded files, I want to decide each time if I just want to open the file or if I wanto to save it in a specific folder. Opera is getting better and better, but this is one simple feature that I miss from Opera 12.
Please, make an option "C" that could be "Show dialog box with download options".
Open: Would save the file in a temporary folder where Opera would automatically delete the files from time to time (every day, maybe?)
Save to default folder: Would save the file in the specified folder in the Settings.
Save as: Would open a dialog box for me to choose the destination folder
Cancel: Cancel the download.
That's my suggestion.