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Re: MIME of PNGs in bugtracker

From: Cameron Horsburgh
Subject: Re: MIME of PNGs in bugtracker
Date: Sun, 05 Jul 2009 20:03:56 +1000
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Francisco Vila <address@hidden> writes:

> 2009/7/5 Cameron Horsburgh <address@hidden>:
>> Francisco Vila <address@hidden> writes:
>>> The example PNG images on bug comments have to be downloaded before
>>> you can view them, at least on my Ubuntu system. I wonder whether the
>>> server could adjust the MIME type of png images so the browser offers
>>> to open it directly with a suitable application instead?
>>> Or, is it completely out of our reach?
>> I was looking at some .pngs on the bugtracker today, and as far as I can
>> tell that's exactly the behaviour I got. I'd click on the link, the
>> browser would open a dialogue box asking me what I wanted to do with it,
>> defaulting to opening the image with 'display'.
>> Or have I misunderstood what you're after?
> I only get offered to save it or cancel, other web pages behave the
> way you mention, which is the most natural and frequent.
>> I'm running Iceweasel (Firefox) on Debian Sid, if that helps.
> This is firefox 3.0.11 for ubuntu canonical 1.0.

Hmm, 3.11 here too. Maybe there's an dextension or a config option
somewhere doing it for me.


Cameron Horsburgh


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