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|0001848||Chrono Download Manager||Bug||public||2018-10-02 10:09||2018-10-02 10:09|
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|Summary||0001848: Filenames with embedded "/" characters (%2F) cause subfolders to be created|
|Description||Consider the following URL to a ZIP file:|
When I download from this URL using Chrome's native download feature, I get a file in my Downloads folder named:
This is correct behavior.
On the other hand, when I download the same file using Chrono Download Manager, I get a set of subfolders created under my Downloads folder, and the file is placed in the lowest subfolder:
This is incorrect behavior. Chrono Download Manager seems to be getting "tricked" by the "/" characters (encoded as %2F in the filename) into creating folders when it should not.
Please note that you will not be able to download from the URL given above - this is from a private shopping cart. But you can easily reproduce the bug using any file with embedded %2F characters as shown here.
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|Chrome Version||69.0.3497.100 (Official Build) (64-bit)|
|2018-10-02 10:09||RandomS||New Issue|
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