View PDF files stored on the website in the browser
Allow PDF (and other browser viewable files) to be viewed in the browser.
The Seattle Sea Kayaking Committee is storing minutes as PDF documents. When you click on the file name (blue) what happens depends on the browser you are using. Some browsers (Firefox) allows the user to choose to download or view in a browser window. Other browsers (Safari and Chrome on Mac) always download the file.
If I just want to view the file, having it downloaded to my computer is inconvenient. Now I must navigate to the downloaded file, open it, and later decide if I want to keep it. This inconvenience is multiplied when I search through past minutes for when a topic has been discussed. Every document that matches must be downloaded and then opened.
It would be far more convenient if I could just open the PDF in a browser window. From there I can later decide if I wish to save the document to my computer. This functionality should be applied to all browser viewable formats. Images are the other category that come to mind.