This is a very specific question. I'm a lawyer from Chile, the thing is we use a webpage to check on the state of our judiciary cases.
The problem when I started using Ubuntu (and Chromium) is that when I clicked a word document in the web-portal it didn't give me the option is viewing it in the browser. Moreover, it gave me the option of downloading it, but the extension of the file instead of being
.do by default (and the file name is always
DownloadFile.do). It took me a while to figure out that if I added the
.do I could download and open the word document (which is a lot of trouble considering the number of files I need to check constantly and not save in my PC). PDF documents could downloaded correctly, but no opened in the browser.
I thought that using Chrome instead of Chromium would fix the problem, but it only helped with the PDF files, not the
If you wish to try the website and check the problem, either go directly to this page or browse from http://civil.poderjudicial.cl/ by entering "Rol Interno: C-18271-2011" and "Tribunal de Origen: 4° Juzgado Civil de San Miguel" (at the bottom) and then clicking "Consulta". Don't worry, this information is public and I'm only using it as an example so you can help me with the