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Re: firefox qstn
  • Subject: Re: firefox qstn
  • From: "Christopher P. Lindsey" <lindsey@mallorn.com>
  • Date: Sun, 17 Jan 2010 17:19:23 -0600

> I have one problem with it though that is particularly annoying.
> Every time I save a picture to my computer Firefox opens a downloads window 
> and plasters it over the window I'm working in.  Yes, it is easy enough to 
> close or minimize, but I'd rather it didn't pop up at all.  It's an extra 
> step each time.  It has no value to me; I wish it would just do it's job 
> incognito.  I didn't have this issue in IE.  Is there any way to prevent it?

Hi Kitty,

I know how on a Mac, but I'm not sure how similar it is on the PC.  
Open 'Preferences' -> 'Main' -> uncheck 'Show the Downloads window when
downloading a file'.


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