Save Opened files in Temporary Folder
Christian.Rauch last edited by Pesala
When opening instead of saving a file (e.g. PDF), it is saved to the download folder (~/Downloads under Linux). This clutters the download folder with files that are not intended to be stored for longer.
Files that are opened, should be stored in a temporary location (e.g. /tmp on Linux), while saved files should be stored in the download folder. This is the way Firefox behaves and I prefer this over cluttering the download folder with files, that I just looked at once.
This is one of the functions I liked most in the old Opera.
godoi last edited by
I support this. Would be great to have it on Vivaldi.
TyrianMollusk last edited by
A pet peeve of mine as well.
I reported this as VB-3720 myself a loooong time ago.
At least you now know a tracking number... ;)
But this feature was not to be implemented directly in Chromium from version 65/66?
astro46 last edited by astro46
I also don't want "opened" files left saved. if I don't click 'save' or 'save as', the file should be deleted when tab is closed. This seems obvious. Why was it not part of original Vivaldi development?
The way it is now I have to go to a folder and delete every pdf after looking at it. dumb.