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Status: Archived
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Closed: Aug 2017
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OS: Linux
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Type: Bug

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Issue 431505: No option to Save as Webpage Complete on KDE (Linux)

Reported by, Nov 8 2014

Issue description

UserAgent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/38.0.2125.111 Safari/537.36

Steps to reproduce the problem:
1. open any webpage
2. press Ctrl+S or Save As...

What is the expected behavior?
there is "Save as Webpage, Complete" option and it works

What went wrong?
no option to "Save as Webpage, Complete"

Did this work before? Yes Before Chromium uses KDialog, Chromium uses GTK and it worked

Chrome version: 38.0.2125.111  Channel: stable
OS Version: Linux Mint 17 KDE 64bit
Flash Version: Shockwave Flash 15.0 r0

The KDE-specific issue has been fixed in KDE 4.9 :

I'm using Linux Mint 17 KDE 64bit which uses KDE 4.13.3.
On Chrome 38 64-bit I attach the Save Dialog. There's no option to save complete webpage.
All options save only single HTML file.

See Linux Mint forum thread:

The Save Dialog works fine in Windows.
Save File – KDialog_437.png
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Comment 1 by, Nov 10 2014

Labels: TE-NeedsTriageFromMTV
MTV team - Can you please triage this issue as we do not have a test machine available here

Comment 2 by, Feb 2 2015

Running this way works:

env NO_CHROME_KDE_FILE_DIALOG=1 google-chrome

So the problem is in KDE dialog somewhere.

Comment 3 by, Mar 1 2015

It's not the problem in KDE dialog, it's a problem in how Chromium uses the KDE dialog, see this issue:

This one is a duplicate of the one linked. The KDE side problem is fixed, now it's Chromium's turn to make full use of it.

Comment 4 by, Mar 1 2015

Ah, no, it seems this is something different. Sorry for the noise.

Comment 5 by, Nov 19 2015

Comment 6 by, Aug 30 2016

Has there been any follow-up on this?

I have the same problem. Using: Google Chrome 52.0.2743.116 (64-bit) on  Kubuntu 16.04. I don't have the expertise to look into this. Any help welcome.

Comment 7 by, Aug 30 2017

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