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Show download bar in Google Chrome for easy access to your files



Your antivirus software could also block the Chrome download bar. If your Chrome download bar is not showing up after you install a new antivirus software, it should be blocked by this antivirus tool. You can disable or remove it and then see if the download bar is back.


My project is to not allow the download bar to auto popup, so I tried to Google search. Many results are shown using Chrome Extensions, but I don't want to use Chrome Extensions to solve the problem. Users are using Chrome versions 77-84 at the moment.




show download bar in google chrome



Every Web browser has the ability to download files from sites on the web, Google Chrome is no different. When you start a download, Chrome shows its progress at the bottom of the shelf with options to pause, cancel, open when the download is complete and always open a certain file type.


Final words: Google has replaced the Chrome browser Downloads shelf at the bottom with a new button on the toolbar. The Downloads pop-up shows download progress and offer context menu options for each download to act on. The feature is currently available in Chrome 102 Canary. According to the release schedule, Chrome 102 is expected to be available to the public on May 24.


One way to solve this would be to set up a custom chrome profile in which you disable the download prompt, save it to a specific location inside your project, then use to pass as an argument to ChromeOptions.


I need to ensure that the download completes before an action is taken on the file. I tried implementing On Element Appear activity to achieve this objective (Please check the attached image). Now the problem is that the UiPath robot is not able to detect the download bar at the bottom of chrome browser. I made sure that under google chrome settings, it asks each time before download and that the bar shows up every time a file is downloaded. But in case of UiPath execution, upon download, the bar appears momentarily and disappears.


When clicking on an application or desktop to launch via Citrix Workspace or Citrix Storefront on an Internet Browser (not within Citrix Workspace App) and an ".ica" file shows in the download bar on the bottom left please follow these steps to automatically open said file: ICA file is downloaded during the process. After the ICA file is downloaded, enable the browser to open similar files automatically.Note: Instructions below are similar for other OS's when using Google Chrome, Firefox, or Edge Browsers.


This new UI has been developed to replace the previous Download Panel or Download Shelf displayed at the bottom of Chrome browser. In older versions of Chrome, a Download panel is shown at the bottom of the browser window whenever the browser downloads a file as shown in following screenshot:


If you see the picture, it shows the filename and if the file is big, it shows percentage done as it's downloading. Does Firefox have anything like this? When I download, I have to go to a new window to see what's happening.


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The downloaded file will be saved to your computer, typically in the default download location for the browser you use. In the case of Google Chrome, recently-downloaded files are usually shown in a horizontal bar at the bottom of the window, too.


If you accidentally close that download bar, or if you have changed the location of your download folder, then you may be struggling to locate the files you have chosen to download. Our guide above has shown you where to see your recent downloads in Google Chrome so that you can find these files.


Different browsers do this differently. Some show a little bar to indicate how much of the file you have downloaded as well as an estimate of how much longer you can expect to wait. Well, now the time has come. I am going to check these download progress bars. Why? I have no idea.


A Downloads Stack is included as a part of the Dock unless you have disabled it and displays the contents of the Downloads folder. If you click on the Downloads Stack, it expands to show you individual file thumbnails. If you have many files stored in your Downloads folder, the Stack shows a handful of your most recently downloaded files with an Open in Finder option that takes you directly to the Downloads folder in Finder.


Like Safari, Chrome has its own Downloads section. Select Window in the Chrome menu bar and then Downloads. Alternatively, typing "chrome://downloads" into the address bar displays the same content. Chrome Downloads displays a list of downloaded files organized by most recent download. Selecting Open downloads folder displays the Downloads folder in Finder. Similar to Safari, selecting Clear all wipes the downloads list from the Chrome browser but does not delete the files from Finder.


For files you download not from the Mac App Store but from the internet, the Launchpad offers no help. If you've dragged your Downloads folder to the Dock, then you can mouse over it to see a progress bar of a file currently being downloaded. Unlike the Launchpad, the Downloads folder doesn't show you the MB count when you mouse over its icon.


The time when the download ended in ISO 8601 format. May be passed directly to the Date constructor: chrome.downloads.search(, function(items)items.forEach(function(item)if (item.endTime) console.log(new Date(item.endTime))))


The time when the download began in ISO 8601 format. May be passed directly to the Date constructor: chrome.downloads.search(, function(items)items.forEach(function(item)console.log(new Date(item.startTime))))


Pros: This idea is similar to the Snackbar, in that the layout of the page will be irrelevant. In a way, I like this better than the Snackbar idea, since it is on the side of the page and won't be as distracting. Also, since this is on the side of the page, I technically can display a stacked list of messages if the user selects a second download before the first one finishes.Cons: The element is on top of other elements, so I would either only be able to show the message for a few seconds, or I would need to add a button to make the box dismissable. I also don't know if it is a good idea to ever cover other UI elements. Also, will users not notice items displayed all the way on the side of the page?


My solution would be to have the user interface slide a quarter screen to the left (or to the right depending on your preference) revealing a download panel that shows the current state of the various downloads the user may have going at any one moment.


This is very transparent: the user can see that their download is prepared and has to click to actually download the file again (re-confirming that they are now downloading the file). At this point, the file would show up as a normal download in the browser (for example, in the downloads bar in Chrome).


I came across this exact issue in Chrome recently and wanted to add the correct solution, because kblack's link doesn't solve the problem in that browser. What he links to for Chrome only shows to how to change the default download folder and to instruct chrome as to whether to ask where to place a downloaded file.


Chrome updates in the background, so most users can simply relaunch the browser to get the latest version. (To manually manage an update, select "About Google Chrome" from the Help menu under the vertical ellipsis at the upper right. The ensuing page either shows the browser has been updated or displays the download-upgrade process before presenting a "Relaunch" button.) New to Chrome? It can be downloaded from this Google site.


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