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Old 26th October 2008, 17:44
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Question download files are not displayed in the download window

Recently I face a problem in Mozilla Firefox, when ever I want to download a file it starts and finishes smoothly but after downloading the download window is blank. I have to go to the desktop(which was my default download directory). As it does not create any problem but though I want to have my files in the download directory cause it sometimes save more time.

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Old 27th October 2008, 12:18
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You can change the default download directory in the Firefox preferences (Tools > Options > Main).
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Old 3rd November 2008, 14:36
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You can change the default download directory in the Firefox preferences (Tools > Options > Main).
you are right but in linux system it is not available. Here tools options are not available. what ever you said right but only apply for windows interface. What about linux
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It's the same for Linux...
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It's the same for Linux...
but how in fedora 8 I use firefox and in tools menu nothing called "options".
So how can I change it? Can you a little bit elaborate plz
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Which Firefox version are you using?
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Which Firefox version are you using?
i don't know which firefox version I use, how to check it's installed I didn't install it fedora 8, it was inbuilt.
Can you suggest how to check?
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Help > About Mozilla Firefox
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