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How to automatically open file after download completes?


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Comment of masudripon:
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Added at: 2015-12-02 15:56

Comment of Omar:
I am downloading a list of files and it keeps automatically opening each one as it ... show morecompletes. How can I turn this off???
Added at: 2016-07-15 20:39

Comment of AJ:
> I am downloading a list of files and it keeps automatically opening each one as ... show moreit completes. How can I turn this off??? you can click on the "clear auto-opening settings" under the Downloads section in Chrome's advanced settings. This should apply to all file types - I can't find a way to just prevent one file type automatically opening.
Added at: 2017-01-12 00:09

Comment of AJ:
Re my previous comment: Sorry, it doesn't necessarily work. It doesn't work for pdf files for me, ... show morebut this may be because of an "enterprise policy". This is speculation based on Chrome now reporting that its built in pdf plugin is disabled by an enterprise policy (although I know I originally disabled it myself).
Added at: 2017-01-12 05:02

Comment of Ark:
1) Chrono Download > Options > Chrome > Hide Chrome's downloads shelf bar > Enable (temporarily ... show moreif you normally disable this) 2) Download the file e.g. PDF 3) In the Chrome download shelf for the downloaded file, click the little arrow for options and choose "Always open in system viewer" 4) Chrono Download > Options > Chrome > Hide Chrome's downloads shelf bar > Re-disable (optional) 5) Chrome will now auto-open that type of files regardless of what Chrono Download is set to
Added at: 2017-03-02 00:53