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Sep
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accepted How to move columns with drag and drop in Excel 2016?
Sep
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comment How to move columns with drag and drop in Excel 2016?
Thanks. I was using Excel 15.13.1 when I asked the question. Now, I am using 15.14, and it does work as you describe with one caveat: there is a smaller area where the cursor can be before it will change into the hand. The center of the cursor must be exactly on the left edge of the selected column and also exactly on the bottom line of the column header. In other words, the bottom-left corner of the header. It seems more picky than Excel 2011, and the cursor must be slightly below center rather than at the vertical center.
Sep
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asked How to move columns with drag and drop in Excel 2016?
Aug
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answered Google Chrome Auto-Close Download Bar
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comment How can I avoid Firefox's “you have chosen to open” dialog when I try to download a file?
This works great—thanks! I like that it lets me set different folders based on the file type.
Apr
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accepted How can I avoid Firefox's “you have chosen to open” dialog when I try to download a file?
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answered Mac disk images: any real difference between 'master' and 'compressed'?
Apr
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comment How can I avoid Firefox's “you have chosen to open” dialog when I try to download a file?
@Chealion Installing Download StatusBar did not help. It still brings up the same dialog when downloading a .plist file.
Apr
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comment How can I avoid Firefox's “you have chosen to open” dialog when I try to download a file?
I'll give Download StatusBar a try shortly. Option-clicking bypasses the dialog, however it sometimes it causes incorrect filenames. For example, everything from FogBugz will be called default.asp. And sometimes if there's a redirect it just downloads a stub file.
Apr
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comment How can I avoid Firefox's “you have chosen to open” dialog when I try to download a file?
For me (at least with .plist and .rar files) the dialog doesn't look like that. There is no option to "Do this automatically..." It simply offers Cancel and Save File. So I don't see a way of adding new types, other than perhaps by editing mimeTypes.rdf.
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revised How can I avoid Firefox's “you have chosen to open” dialog when I try to download a file?
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asked How can I avoid Firefox's “you have chosen to open” dialog when I try to download a file?