CTRL+S → Save As Type .MHTML → suggested filename ends with .html while it should be .mhtml

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The feature is most useful, however, at the moment, before opening the saved webpage, I have to manually rename the .html file to .mhtml.

 

Would it be possible to change the default extension automatically?

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