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Every time I'm opening a file in FileZilla, which I've previously opened, FileZilla shows a dialog with options: to reopen local file, or discard local file the download and edit file anew. As I always redownload the remote file, I'm looking for a way to make FileZilla stop showing this dialog and always redownload the file

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This is very much needed. I am clicking and clicking and clicking "Discard local file then download and edit file anew". Need to stop that. – Kai Noack Feb 17 '14 at 19:08
You can try going to the web address and then hit Ctrl+S (I don't know the combination for Macs, but more than likely it is Command+S), and that will download the webpage, or if you are viewing something like a video or text file, will download it in the format you are viewing it in. – javathunderman Mar 20 '14 at 22:09

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