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Music, Audio, and Podcasting Do you use your Mac to create music? This is the place for discussions on creating and editing music on the Mac!

Just want to download the music file.


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Every time when I download a music file, when the download is finished it automatically is opened by the default music player (iTunes or QuickTime). However, I just want the file to be stored on my hard drive. How can I avoid having it opened after downloading?
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Look in your browsers preferences for download settings.

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What program are you using? We need to know so we can help you fix the problem.
No specific program. I just download MP3 files from any webpage using the right-mouse-button and then choose Save as...
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Look in your browsers preferences for download settings.
That answered my question and solved the problem. Thanks!
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