Hello Jon,

Somebody made a comment to use the internal download mechanism.
You can do this with some inline javascript, InlineJavascriptPlugin is 
needed:

<script>
let fileName = "data.txt"
let dataContent = "Lorum ipsum"
HTML5DownloadSaveFile(fileName, dataContent)
</script>

You are restricted to the download directory, but further every thing goes.

Have a nice day, Okido


Op maandag 15 januari 2018 22:34:59 UTC+1 schreef Jon:
>
>
> Thank you, Tony & Okido. Those are both good leads!
>
> Duh, should've thought about starting from the built-in saving mechanism. 
> But, Okido, if you have a TWC plugin for filesaver.js already, that would 
> certainly save me time.
>
> Thanks,
> Jon
>

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