Some websites (e.g., for academic journals) show PDF files in frames. Sometimes I would like to download the PDF file, but doing so is annoyingly difficult: right-clicking on the PDF brings up a contextual menu that does not have an option to download the PDF — it only includes an option to open the file in another application (Adobe Acrobat, in my case):
It would be convenient to have an option in this menu to save the file to disk. As it is, I have to open the PDF in Acrobat (using the option in that menu) and then save the file from within Acrobat. This works, but takes time, requires switching applications, and quickly gets old when viewing a lot of PDFs. Now, the curious thing is that for other embedded object types such as images, the Safari contextual menu does have a save-to-disk option. What is puzzling me, therefore, is why there is no "Save PDF as ..." option or its equivalent in the contextual menu for PDF files.
So, is there a way to get a similar save-to-disk option for PDFs? Is it normally there, and have I done something at some point to disable it? Or is it truly never an option for PDFs?
Obligatory system info: OSX 10.9.5, Safari 7.1, MBPR.
Additional clarification: Acrobat offers a plug-in for Safari that has different menus and options. I prefer Safari's native PDF support to the Acrobat plug-in, and disabled the plug-in long ago for that reason. So, to be clear: this question is specifically about the menus offered by Safari's PDF facility, not the Acrobat plug-in.