Were you even able to browse your directory with that address? I wasn't, 
and all the sources I looked at said that you couldn't save to webdav sites 
via your browser -- only via special client software. Previously there were 
webdav extensions for FF (and maybe Chrome) but they seem to have 
disappeared along with all the other XPI extensions in the recent upgrades.

-- Mark

On Thursday, April 12, 2018 at 5:16:23 AM UTC-7, Alex wrote:
> Hi all,
> I was exploring various ways of automatically saving TW file with WebDAV.  
> And my thoughts turned to Cryptomator (www.cryptomator.org).
> Basically, this is an app which creates a vault - an encrypted file system 
> (sort of), and provides access to it via WebDAV. Normally, on windows, the 
> WebDAV interface gets mapped to a windows drive right away, and then it is 
> possible to have file-system like access to your files. My idea was, that 
> if I 
> 1. put my TW html file into cryptomator vault, 
> 2. then obtain direct webdav link to that file, 
> 3. I should be able to open it in browser and then edits should be 
> automatically saved.
> Unfortunately, I ran into problems with step 3. When I enter the link (it 
> looks like into browser, it does 
> not open the file but offers to save it instead. Do you know if there is 
> any way of resolving such issue?
> Kind regards,
> Alex

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