Re: How To Re-Read Download File Path
Richard B. McDonald
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In Firefox, if you go to Options > General, and then make many tabs, you’ll get to where you can set the download location. I changed mine from “Downloads” to “Desktop.”
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Tom Behler
Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2019 7:21 AM
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Subject: How To Re-Read Download File Path
Occasionally, when I download a file from Firefox, I get an alert saying that the file has been stored in a temporary file folder on my computer’s C. Drive.
The file path is often quite long, and I sometimes have to download the file several times in order to get enough of an idea of the path to actually find the file.
I tried using the Jaws cursor to re-read the file path, but was not successful.
Is there a better way to re-read the download file path?
I’m sure there’s a way to go into Firefox and tell it where I want all downloaded files to go, but I haven’t figured that procedure out yet.
Thanks for any help.