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Save Target As?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Jpop, Dec 7, 2001.

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  1. Jpop

    Jpop Thread Starter

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    When I had Win98, I was able to click once on an MP3 file and it would bring up a box that allowed me to put it whereever I wanted. Now, w/ XP, an mp3 file will DL to the temp folder. I don't wanna have to right-click and choose "save target as". Can this be fixed?

    Thanks!

    Jason
     
  2. Dan O

    Dan O

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    What application were you are you using in 98 and now? One left click normally only select a file, highlighting it, and a double left click plays a MP3.
     
  3. Jpop

    Jpop Thread Starter

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    Dan,

    If I understand your question, w/ Win98 I had changed a setting so that when I Left click once on an mp3 file, a box would open asking me where I wanted to DL it too, then I'd select the place and save it. It basically did the same thing right clicking and choosing Save Target As does NOW. But I don't want to have to right click and choose this. I'd like to be able to just click on it and save it. As of now, it'll got to my temp folder then open w/ WinAmp.

    Does this help?

    Thanks!
    Jason
     
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