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Another option... Where the option exists to Save As you can always drag images directly to your desktop, or to a folder on your dock (assuming Firefox isn't running fullscreen). The dragged files are saved complete with their file extensions. This would offer an immediate workaround to your problem until Firefox's save behaviour is corrected, assuming the ...
Apparently this is the way Firefox handles the "Save as..." action. When using Chrome or Safari there is no issue. There is a bug report since 2008, but the status is still 'NEW'. The only solution I see at the moment is to select the name (unnamed.png) and only edit that part in the text area.
You can hide common filename extensions, so in the save dialog no filename extension will be shown. In a finder window, open preferences from Finder menu. Uncheck Show all filename extensions.
Perchance, make sure to select Run in Unsafe Mode in Safari Preferences for this plugin. Works for me on Fidelity Investments website for their Silverlight realtime trading tool.
Why not use ⌘+fn+F12? It works on for me.
I have been having the exact same issue on my Mid-2014 MB Pro. I am almost positive the problem does not lie in Yosemite itself but rather in the new machines. Apparently new machines were formatted differently or something of the sort and no longer support Silverlight whereas older machines that simply upgraded to Yosemite from something even as recent as ...
The only way you can really emulate this is if you create a Safari Extension for each website which you can put whatever picture you want for the buttons background. Don't think that's something really fluid in terms of work flow and realistic fixes, but trying to alter hard coded UI elements isn't easy to do for every day users. Note: Creating an ...
You can drag your new Firefox Application directly to the Applications folder. The folder shown on that blue window is for convenience, a 'shortcut' to your own apps folder. Either way, you need to drag the actual Firefox app [Application, though the .app is hidden by the system, like on Windows], not its container the .dmg file. A .dmg is a convenient ...
Maybe DNS addresses that set in your Mac and iPhone differs. Try changing the DNS address on you Mac.
![Safari open file as shown and scroll down to import from> Firefox and you should be good to go
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