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Internet Explorer: Image Download Issues


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#1 ripkenfan86

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Posted 04 March 2008 - 03:32 PM

I download a lot of images of various things from various places in my surfing and as part of my side business(es). I use IE more often than not. Very often, on several computers, after a half an hour or more of consistant surfing and downloading, every file I want to save will want to save as "untitled.bmp" regardless of the fact that the filename of the photo as displayed by the host website is "google_tutorial_screenshot_0192683.jpg", or whatever the case may be, also regardless of what host website it comes from. How do I stop that from happening so that the file automatically tries to download to my hard drive or flash drive as its designated filename as its designated filetype so all I need to do is click "Save"? I can, however, get it to display each filename in the text bar in order to save it as such if I click "E-mail Picture" instead of "Save Picture As" first, cancel the e-mail procedure after it starts to recognize the file. That just gets extremely irritating at times.

Edited by ripkenfan86, 04 March 2008 - 03:40 PM.


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