Martin Freitag skriver:
Jens Hatlak schrieb:
 On 10/12/2009 10:37 PM Gerry Hickman wrote:
 If you've ever had the mis-fortune to use Microsoft IE on windows,
 you'll notice every file you download is initially "blocked". It
 places a second NTFS stream on the file. I'd been using SeaMonkey 2.0b
 and everything was OK. Today I've installed RC1 and now my downloads
 are blocked - just like in IE.

 <https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=499448#c3>

 SeaMonkey 2.0 uses the same download backend as Firefox 3.5.

I'm afraid I don't get the point even after reading
https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=504804
Can someone summarize that in easy words? What are they planning to do
now concerning the zone-identifier? What kind of OS setting are going to
be "repected"? And will there be a GUI for configuration?
I don't get it and that thing is already resolved fixed.
Thanks

Martin

"browser.download.manager.alertOnEXEOpen" set to false works for me. It removes the stupid security tag on exe and zip extensions, the ones I have tested with.

Fred
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