On Mon, Dec 14, 2020 at 5:44 PM Ryan Coleman <ryan.coleman at cwis.biz> wrote:

> Does your browser give you the option when contextually-clicking (right-click, control-click, whatever your system does) and give you a choice of “open file location”? The major browsers for other platforms do this.
You bet it does - - - - but that's the version that gets stored in /tmp .

I find, when I'm grabbing lots of research papers anyway, that its
easier to just ask for each on to be opened in Okular, my presently
preferred pdf environment, and then grab the whole bunch of pdfs and
save them using file and directory tools.
This means that I can save say 50 files in under a minute. If I save
each one the 'save as' mechanism in okular makes me sort through my
folder list (think 6 to 12 levels deep) for each save and that's

The address that I want is the address where the file is stored - - -
its 'home' per se not the address in /tmp ,

I've lost too many pdfs/files because they weren't saved permanently
(imo /tmp is not permanent storage!).

Thanks for the ideas!!