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From Ray Morris <supp...@bettercgi.com>
Subject Re: giving a filename hint to the browser?
Date Fri, 17 Aug 2007 21:13:56 GMT
Google Content-Disposition.  This is techincally a
MAIL header, not an HTTP header, I think, but the
major browsers seem to pay some attention to it,
at least some times.
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Ray B. Morris
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On 08/17/2007 01:41:16 PM, Mark Harrison wrote:
> I have a module that is serving out images in various formats
> and resolution.  Our canonical format is:
> 
> /operation/image/resolution
> 
> for example, to get a jpeg thumbnail of foo.tif 256 pixels:
> 
> http://myserver/thumb/foo.tif/256-wide-jpg
> 
> This is all working well now and fits in with how other parts
> of our system think about images, but I'm curious if there is a
> way to hint to the browser a "save-as" filename.  Currently
> if you save the file (or drag the image to the desktop),
> the default name will be "256-wide-jpg.jpg", and it might be
> nice to save it as "foo.tif.thumbnail.jpg" or some such.
> 
> Many TIA!
> Mark
> 

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