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Decide how Opera should handle files you download.
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Opera comes with a default setup for handling files downloaded to your computer.
To add your own file types:
- Click "Add".
- Enter the correctly spelled MIME string you wish to set up.
- Enter a list of comma-separated file extensions to associate with the file type, for example "jpeg, jpg, jpe".
- Select the action Opera should take when encountering this file type.
|Show download dialog||Display multiple choice dialog on how to handle file.|
|Open with Opera||Opera can show text, markup languages, and images.|
|Save to disk||
|Open with default application||Let your operating system (Windows) decide which program to use when opening files of this file type.|
|Open with other application||Use a different application than the one your operating system is set to use by default.You can pass the file address directly to the application (useful with streaming multimedia)|
|Use plug-in||Use a plug-in to view the file|
Tip: Type in the "Quick find" field to find the file type you want to edit.
Note: Be careful when editing file types. Opera depends on certain file types in order to work properly.
Opera will set up a default download folder for you. Click "Choose" to specify a different folder on your computer.
When using the "Save to download folder" option, files are downloaded to this directory without asking for confirmation.
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