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On 04/17/2013 01:04 PM, Florian Effenberger wrote:

Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote on 2013-04-17 14:47:

I attached an screen clip to this email and added your name on the
"reply" so you would get it.

thanks a lot - that's indeed strange, never knew this happened without extensions. Anyone else experiencing the same problem?

From a technical POV, I think we can't do much here. :/

Out of curiosity: If you download something e.g. at SourceForge, do you get the same message?


I disabled all my extensions and add-ons and it still did it.

Last time I downloaded anything from them I had the same "allow" button.

It happened today when I downloaded from Jalbum. It seems to happen most times now, where I have to download from a web site,

I just tried something to verify that it did not need the "allow".

I went to

and went to the bottom link "Other way to download . . . ."

I choose 4.0.2 and Windows "Helppacks" and downloaded one of them.

I did not get the "allow" button "message". I just got the save/download dialog box to select where I wanted the file to download to. The file just downloaded properly. I have the option selected asking me where I want to save the file that is going to be downloaded. So everything worked fine downloaded the Windows help-pack using the "download-more" page. That is where I normally go to download the different files anyways. My DVD has 90 of them, main installs for the different OSs and the various help-packs and language packs.

So something in the "main" download page and the DVD download page that causes the "allow" button to appear.

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