There apears to be a bug in IE7,
A file named original "This file.ext" becomes This_file.ext when downloaded and saved.
Basically, IE7 replaces a space with an underscore.
"The change that causes the _ to be put in was made to the caching
mechanism. There is no switch to override this.
You can however workaround this on your server.
You will have to inject the escape char for space into the file name (%20). This will work with IE6 and IE7."
So the fix is to do something like this:
Response.AddHeader "content-disposition","attachment; filename=" & chr (34) &
replace( myFileName," ","%20") & chr (34) & ";"
So, I guess my question is, can this be put in the tpl file ? if so, where ?
This is not a problem if you use firefox, unfortunatly, not everybody has seen the light!