2634 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Dec 10, 2009 1:14 PM by hotpaly12345
FWIW I stumbled upon this work-around which suits my purpose (i.e. that of saving a QT file locally so I can reuse offline).
Still don't understand what's happened to the Activity Window method I describe above. Nor to the QT's Save As... right-click induced command.
BTW if anyone wants to try what I mean in the OP here's the link to the radio program. It's in greek, but you didn't care about that, right?
Hi Carolyn, thanks for the post!
Nope, I don't think it can be an issue with copyright. After all, nothing is disabled in Leopard (and I am guessing in Windoze, either).
As a test I propose this: find something which you know is not copyrighted, and try to save locally using Snow Leopard. I have a feeling that there still won't be any Save As... command available anywhere in the browser or the QT interface. Just the copy method within the Downloads window of Safari.
Hey its very true, 'coz i'm also facing the same problem.... it looks like i can't download any file that the QT plugin can support. Like .mp3 files
But i assume that the file has got to be stored somewhere in the hard-drive 'coz i can play it even when i'm offline, maybe as a temporary file. But the question is where exactly in the folder is it stored, maybe i can retrieve it from there if i know the address.
Help Please.... Thanks in advance