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Won't just open pdf, always downloads.
when i click on a pdf link, Vivaldi gives the box to "open, save, save as". I click 'open' and Vivaldi always saves before opening. I don't want all pdf's saved. I then have to go into file manager and delete the saved pdf.
Is it not possible to simply open, when 'open' is selected?
Do I need to abandon the builtin pdf viewer and use a third party viewer?
@astro46 Open in Vivaldi for now is only a shortcut for download to default download location then open. It's actually what others already do but they probably download in temp directory then delete when the file is not anymore in use by the associated program.
It's not yet implemented in Vivaldi the auto-deletion of the downloaded file.Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply
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Hi, up vote feature request about: https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/24240/save-opened-files-in-temporary-folder
All browser download files you "open" but they are deleted after browser is closed or OS is restarted.
Cheers, mibReply Quote 0
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@mib2berlin thanks. I did upvote and comment on the topic. Hard to understand why they thought it was ok to implement an internal pdf viewer but not bother to implement what is apparently an industry standard regarding not saving "opened" documents if the user hasn't asked to save.
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