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Old 11-02-2017, 08:05 AM   #10
Steve Rindsberg
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If I'm understanding you correctly, when you click on the URL file which you already dragged to your computer, Firefox open the web page, and the address bar in Firefox shows and address that begins with "http://" not "file:///"

Am I correct?
Yes, that's correct, Andrew.

An interesting point, though (Hugh, are you there??? TapTapTap ... Hugh?)

The URL Of the link I've dragged to the desktop is not the same as the URL that appears in the address bar. Specifically, in the address bar, the query part of the URL is

?p=104057#post104057

In the desktop link, it's

?t=9574

One links to the thread, the other to a specific post. The wrong post in this case ... if I copy the URL above:

http://desktoppublishingforum.com/bb...057#post104057

and plug it into a different browser, it takes me to my prior reply to Hugh.

I'm. So. Confused.

   
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