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16:26, 25 June 2020
Bare urls - let's hide them?
[[User:Bamaustin|Bamaustin]] ([[User talk:Bamaustin|talk]]) 00:50, 23 June 2020 (UTC)
I've discovered that there is a serious flaw in hiding the filename. When you click on these links in Chrome, the browser does a silent download. The only feedback is a progress bar In the border of the titlebar. A file is added to the downloads but the user does not know what filename to seek among the other files.
If the filename isn't displayed in the table, you can't just open a download folder window next to the table and match the download.
If you found an option to collapse the column like you can hide table rows, that '''''might''''' be a viable option. However, Sam has replied that information hiding wasn't acceptable in other places as it created a conflict for the printable page feature. (I had suggested collapsing the Download section for each OS. My thinking was that the instructions not related to the user's OS were distracting... well, to be brutally blunt, the Linux section was been horrifyingly convoluted to the typical Win/MacOS user downloading a simple GUI-based installer. It does not make a good first impression.)
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