On Tue, 2009-05-26 at 10:09 -0500, Dee Ayy wrote:
> Ashley,
> Don't scare me like that.  I know I'm losing my eye sight, but a
> copy-paste-diff shows your
> header("Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=\"$filename\"");
> differs from my original post's
> header("Content-Disposition: attachment; filename=\"$name\"");
> by only the text "file".  This method (with the other headers I used
> in my original post) fails on IE with the lame error:
> Internet Explorer was not able to open this Internet site.  The
> requested site is either unavailable or cannot be
> found.  Please try again later.
> Hence the reason for my post in the first place.  If you would show
> your other headers for the \" quoted method, I'd be happy to test
> them.  Maybe you were comparing your method to my single tick method?
> Mike,
> rawurlencode (sounded promising) but did in fact leave it saved on the
> hard drive as %20 rather than + or the desired "space".  I find the
> str_replace spaces to underscores more readable, although saving to
> the hard drive with spaces would be best.  Thanks though.
Sorry, i could have sworn it wasn't there, but I was probably looking at
a different thread. Just to recap, was it just the name of the file that
didn't carry across properly, or did the file not save at all?


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