jasonh300 wrote:Right, and if you save another version of the file, Chrome download sees the extension as .js instead of .user.js and makes it .user(1).js.
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:The filename must end in "user.js" for Chrome to accept it.
jasonh300 wrote:I think I have it. Is Chrome appending a (1) into the filename because you already have a file by the same name in the directory you're downloading to? If so, that will prevent it from installing. You have to rename the file.
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