10-19-2013 08:02 PM
I put in a valid pptx reference on my browser. My intent was to download it as a file. The browser stripped all the slashes and protocol pieces and took the string as a search. The same http string would have resulted in a download in Chrome or IE. If I use pdf, the download occurs and I am asked if I want to save the file on the device.
Since there is a PowerPoint viewer on the device (Z10), this would be useful. I guess I will have to copy the file from the computer.
10-19-2013 08:24 PM
I was able to do this by sending the link to myself via email. I think it was just too difficult to type into the browser and once I made a mistake it was not possible to get out of the bing search or even grab (via copy) the text to fix it. I think this might be a bug - but maybe a bing bug.
But the download works fine from a link in email
10-21-2013 11:25 AM
That is not the expected behavior. T
What I suspect is happening is the server hosing the PPTX is not sending the correct MIME type for your document. You can confirm this using remote web inspector:
The MIME type for PPTX should be
If you are not seeing this, then the browser may not know how to handle this content type and try to open it like a text file.
Are you the owner of the web server? If so, you can troubleshoot this problem by setting up the correct MIME type in the server settings.
10-21-2013 01:26 PM