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Firefox does this automatically, but Chrome keeps reverting to the default "downloads" location.

If I am saving 100 photos, I don't want to have to keep navigating the same path to photos every single time I save a photo file. I want the default location in the "save as" dialog box to be the last location saved.

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It may be easier to simply download all the files to the downloads folder, and move them later. Windows explorer has many useful filtering features, which should make finding the new files in the download folder trivial. – zeel Oct 20 '13 at 19:59
  1. Open up chrome settings.
  2. Search for downloads.
  3. Put your download location and uncheck the box for asking each time for download location.

Alternatively, you can add your locations to "Favorites" which always appear in left pane on save as dialog box.

Are you using latest version of chrome?

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Yes, when using the ask every time feature it should remember the last location. If it is not, then there is something wrong. – zeel Oct 20 '13 at 20:04

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