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> Not quite sure what you mean. This is the current situation. config.xml
> is the default name and your browser will give you the option of
> changing that name before actually saving (unless yours doesn't; then
> review your browser settings or choice).
Yes, my browsers is set to *automatically* save the file without
prompting for a name nor a directory to save into. I've chosen this
behavior. Very convenient in most cases.
So, there could be a radio box that let you choose between:
[x] - FQDN.xml Selected by default)
[ ] - WAN-IP.xml
[ ] : .......... Text input to enter a specific name,
-> use config.xml if left empty)
I personally use computers because I can let them automatically do
things for me, without asking every minute "What should I do, Sir?"
> Making the default name identify the box would be cool.
> fqdn.xml wouldn't be bad at all. I like that idea.
Yes, this was the idea...
So: I hope some people will find this usefully, even if some other
prefer to have to type the filename ;-)