Jason (jcreed) wrote,
Jason
jcreed

So apparently an HTTP header that indicates "Content-disposition" of "attachment" convinces mozilla that it ought to prompt me to download a file rather than displaying it in-browser, even if it's a plain text file (i.e. Content-type: text/plain). Anybody know of a way of overriding this in the browser?

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ChordBlog: More fun with the E shape.
| E' | Dadd6,9/E | Aadd9 | E |
E' = 0(14)(14)(13)00
Dadd6,9/E = 0(12)(12)(11)00
Aadd9 = 688700
E = 022100
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