When I receive a link within an e-mail to download a .zip file, I right-click the link and select "Download Linked File". It downloads the zip file to to my downloads folder as I'd expect, however, it names the file "testfile.zip.HTML" instead of just simply "testfile1.zip".
I always have to manually rename the file and remove the ".html" from the end. Then Snow Leopard asks me:
"Are you sure you want to change the extension from ".html" to ".zip"?
When I select yes, everything works just fine, but I do not want to have to do this each time I download a .zip file. I have to download .zip files often for my job and this really gets to be a real pain in the neck.
Does anybody know why this is happening - why the OS is adding ".html" to the end of the ".zip"? Or better yet - does anybody know what I can do to simply download the file as the .zip that it actually is?
Thanks in advance.