|Subject:||[Lynx-dev] Default file name when saving HTML documents to disk|
|Date:||Wed, 19 Apr 2006 11:18:04 -0400|
When the 'P' (print) command is used Print Options screen is displayed. If 'Save to a local file' is selected the user is prompted to enter a file name. The user is also presented with the default file name which is formed differently depending on the document type. If the document is <file_name>.html then the default file name is <file_name>.txt. However, if the document is <file_name>.cgi then the default file name is the same name as the document name: <file_name>.cgi. If the user decides to use this default name they will overwrite the original .cgi script making this particular HTML page unusable. Is this a known issue with Lynx browser? Is there a way to control the default file name, or perhaps not to display is at all?
We run Lynx Version 2.8.4 rel.1 on RedHat Linux.
Your reply is greatly appreciated.
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