How to drag and drop files from the archive to the browser?

Open any archive in WinRAR or 7zip (is there any other kind?).

Drag the file from the archive to a different window Explorer or Photoshop. Everything is OK, the file unbeknownst to us will be unpacked into a temporary directory and will be fed to another program.

However, the same trick does not work for Chrome browser. Drops the file in the browser but doesn't open it. Error "file not found". Guess it might be related to mnohopocetneho Chrome.

Do you know a way to drag files from the archiver's right in the UK?

Preliminary unpacking of the archive do not offer - it's too hard. An accountant
have to think about the unpacking of the file or the limitations of the system. She just wants to drag the payment order from the archive in an online Bank (so now you can too!). And has that right.
July 2nd 19 at 17:16
3 answers
July 2nd 19 at 17:18
Depends on what files you drag into the browser. In Yandex browser, you can drag almost all the files including Word Excel PDF etc
July 2nd 19 at 17:20
nanupocuk, it is clear that the question is not about the file type. Try any drag and drop the file from the archive to the browser.

zooks, the checkbox in the shortcut properties and change flags in chrome does not solve the problem. Standard forms are becoming increasingly rare, this is not the solution.

I would be grateful for a working reschshenie or an explanation of why this is impossible.

UPD. Unfortunately, the solution hasn't been found. Here is the answer from Eugene Roshal, symfony developer WinRAR. The problem known to him.
July 2nd 19 at 17:22

2. You can teach an accountant to not drag in the browser window, and the button "Browse" in the standard form with the attachment files.

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