After loading an MP3 or WAV file in the browser window, you used to be able to do a "Save As..." and then save it to a location. Not anymore! Instead, it saves a 4k file of nothing. Think this is a subtle DRM policy in effect?<br><br>-------<br>Aren't you a little old for post-modern nostalgic irony?
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>After loading an MP3 or WAV file in the browser window, you used to be able to do a "Save As..." and then save it to a location.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Isn't this a feature of Quicktime Pro?<br><br>****************<br>
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It wasn't before Tiger. I'd go to MP3 Blogs, open links to songs in their own tab and after it finished loading I could do a "Save As..." to my hard drive. Now, it acts like it did the save but all you get is 4k of dead air.<br><br>-------<br>Aren't you a little old for post-modern nostalgic irony?
Works OK for me. Also, you can option-click the file in the Activity window and download it that way.<br><br>I don't like the way they took away the option to download a file to a different location than your "save download" location. Why would they want to take that away? Seems pretty benign to me.<br><br>
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