Bug ID: 370740
           Summary: Gwenview is started automatically by clicking on
                    Hyperlinks of images – but has no option to copy the
                    file to the /home-directory
           Product: gwenview
           Version: Other (add details in bug description)
          Platform: Ubuntu Packages
                OS: Linux
            Status: UNCONFIRMED
          Severity: critical
          Priority: NOR
         Component: general

Gwenview starts automatically by clicking on hyperlinks of images – but has no
option to copy the file to the /home-directory.

Reproducible: Always

Steps to Reproduce:
1. I clicked on an URL in Konversation ending on .jpg.
2. Gwenview opened up.
3.  After being able to 'view' the image there is A) neither a 'save file'
option for me (it is not selectable), nor does the B) 'share this file'-icon do
something that works. C) Nor was I able to simply grab the picture and copy it
by dragging it to a directory in the file-manager Dolphin.

Actual Results:  
While beeing able to see the image I am not able to save the image. 
Thinking about this I believe that this could lead to a risk of losing data.

Expected Results:  
What I was expecting:
Actually I expected a browser to open up. Not Gwenview. Browsers can handle
this. If I wish to explore a file from the Internet with a graphical viewer, I
can simply save it – and have a look at that file later. So, now Gwenview shows
me the file – not my browser. That is also not really bad … but it then needs
at least a function that I can copy the image to my Documents-folder. 

Apart from an expected 'save file to…'-option which should be mandatory, I
would also expect a drag&drog-feature that can handle this situation as well.

I am using the current Kubuntu 16.04. LTS 
Gwenview version: Version 15.12.3; E Frameworks 5.18.0; Qt 5.5.1 (kompiliert
gegen 5.5.1); Das xcb Fenstersystem

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