Download button not working #2820

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I am running Firefox 15.0.1 under ubuntu 12.04. Clicking the download button in the viewer does nothing. This makes pdf.js unusable for me

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please specify version of pdf.js

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yurydelendik commented Feb 26, 2013

please specify version of pdf.js

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And a link to the PDF, if you can.

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waddlesplash commented Feb 26, 2013

And a link to the PDF, if you can.

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Using V 0.7.236
here's a link that didn't work:
http://www.mcmaster.com/#8574kac/=lnflx1

Using V 0.7.236
here's a link that didn't work:
http://www.mcmaster.com/#8574kac/=lnflx1

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Works for me on FF19. What OS are you on?
Perhaps you should try the latest dev build of PDF.js: http://mozilla.github.com/pdf.js/extensions/firefox/pdf.js.xpi ?

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waddlesplash commented Feb 26, 2013

Works for me on FF19. What OS are you on?
Perhaps you should try the latest dev build of PDF.js: http://mozilla.github.com/pdf.js/extensions/firefox/pdf.js.xpi ?

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After I installed FF19 its fine, however, in FF17 (which is the currently supported version in ubuntu 12.04) it doesn't work, neither the released PDF viewer nopr the latest development version

After I installed FF19 its fine, however, in FF17 (which is the currently supported version in ubuntu 12.04) it doesn't work, neither the released PDF viewer nopr the latest development version

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petiay Feb 27, 2013

Same problem here. Started a few days ago. Using Firefox 17.0.3 in Linux 2.6.18-348.1.1.el5 (Red Hat 4.1.2-52). Just reinstalled most recent plug-in version PDF JS 0.7.276 (in link above) and still no progress. All pdf's don't download, not ones from certain pages. Help appreciated. (I can still save pdf as, from "save link as". Only when I open a pdf in the viewer, download is non-functioning).

petiay commented Feb 27, 2013

Same problem here. Started a few days ago. Using Firefox 17.0.3 in Linux 2.6.18-348.1.1.el5 (Red Hat 4.1.2-52). Just reinstalled most recent plug-in version PDF JS 0.7.276 (in link above) and still no progress. All pdf's don't download, not ones from certain pages. Help appreciated. (I can still save pdf as, from "save link as". Only when I open a pdf in the viewer, download is non-functioning).

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landersohn Feb 27, 2013

"Save as Link" works for me as well, except for a hit on a PDF file in google and that is really annoying!
In google, if I click "Save Link as" I get "url" as suggested file name and file type html, not the underlying PDF file.

"Save as Link" works for me as well, except for a hit on a PDF file in google and that is really annoying!
In google, if I click "Save Link as" I get "url" as suggested file name and file type html, not the underlying PDF file.

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@landersohn: Google changes their links to go through a custom url for analytics I presume. I notice the same behaviour on Chrome.

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mduan commented Feb 28, 2013

@landersohn: Google changes their links to go through a custom url for analytics I presume. I notice the same behaviour on Chrome.

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nbalonso Mar 16, 2013

We can reproduce this same problem with any pdf using OSX + ffox 17.0.4esr + pdfjs >= 0.7.2

For now we are asking our users to stick to 0.7.1 which works for us

We can reproduce this same problem with any pdf using OSX + ffox 17.0.4esr + pdfjs >= 0.7.2

For now we are asking our users to stick to 0.7.1 which works for us

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Fixed by #3027

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yurydelendik commented Apr 2, 2013

Fixed by #3027

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nbalonso Apr 2, 2013

so far so good. Thanks

nbalonso commented Apr 2, 2013

so far so good. Thanks

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