Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Tried it first time with Firefox 36.0.4 and it really does not print any pictures.
The rest looks nice, but without pictures useless.

SAD ... Does not print pics with FF 36.0.1! Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Not sure why others had a problem, It is fortunately saved in your User > your name >;AppData > Local > Temp folder.
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If you have the free Foxitt reader on both desktop and FF, it will trigger automatically then simply click 'Save-As button to save it in your documents folder or where you'd like.
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Can only give 1 stars due to not converting the JPG also.

A temporal fix Rated 5 out of 5 stars

One of my personal favourites. It's a pity that importing images doesn't work anymore. Anyway, there is a workaround until it's fixed: it DOES work if you save the webpage (Save as...) and print the local copy to pdf.

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awesome, but crashing sometimes Rated 4 out of 5 stars

i adore the functionality to convert webpages to pdf AND keeping the writing readable to copy+paste. it crashes on ebay pages sometimes and i dont like the access to system document folder.
please make disabeling this an option!
working in ff 36.0.1 portable

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Worked great until Firefox update 36.0.1. Now the images on webpages are no longer properly converted to PDF. 4 stars with the hope that this will be fixed.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

No updates any more.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This is awesome! I agree with most reviews that this is a hard-to-find add-on and works great to create print versions of webpages. I can even use a print css with it. It is not working with Firefox versions 36.x though. Please fix it.

update? Rated 5 out of 5 stars

One of the best Firefox addons, and one of the best apps. Now, it does not work with Firefox 36.0.1

Missing Pictures in PDF-Files (Firefox v36) Rated 5 out of 5 stars

5 Stars because your Tool is the best I've ever installed to my Browser.
Now I'm sad because since the Firefox Version 36 in all PDF-Files the Pictures failed.
Please fix this Problem.
Thank You

No longer works with Firefox 36.0.1 Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Ever since the new update to Firefox, this Add-On no longer works. Can you please fix this. This Add-On is the best of its kind. I can not find anything else that's anywhere as useful as Print pages to Pdf.

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Incompatible with FF 36.0 Rated 1 out of 5 stars

When it worked, I used this extension daily. It stopped working with FF 36.0. (It worked fine under FF 35.0.1.) I'd gladly pay for this extension if the developer would issue an update. I've found no useful equivalent, other than of the virtual printer variety. The advantage of this extension is that the text on the page is rendered as text in the PDF. A virtual printer renders everything as a graphic. Note to "The Ripper": just charge me for it!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

The plugin when it's works, work fine. But it crash very very often, it's terribly anoying. I never seen that, its a juste a shame !

It crashes a lot Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Firefox 35. Now Windows 10 Technical Preview, a few days ago Windows 8.1.

Great tool but still has its limitations Rated 4 out of 5 stars

A great tool to have around converting html and other pages on the web to PDF. Its fast, and easy to use.

The only set backs as mentioned by other users is that it crashes quite often with Firefox and if there is a lot of pages to process from what I have found, it is most likely to crash. I hope these setbacks will be resolved in the near future.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

nice

Version 0.5.0.1 Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Das ist keine Bewertung im eigentlichen Sinne. Die Installation der 0.5.0.1 wird verweigert. Sie sei mit Firefox 34.0.5 nicht komaptibel

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Seems like a cool idea, but it crashes Firefox on Windows 7 more often than not.

Awesome, but the crashing Firefox after a while is a major issue Rated 3 out of 5 stars

This works better than anything I have used for turning web pages into PDFs complete with links etc.

Problem is that after Firefox has been open for a number of hours, using this will cause Firefox to crash. Very serious issue. So I have to either restart Firefox before using, or just use the command-line version of the library used here, wkhtmltopdf, which unfortunately does not seem to work QUITE as well.

FireFox is not responding Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Installed this add-on recently and with recent updates to FF 34+, every time I try to print a tab to PDF, it'll push the preview to Adobe and then I get Not Responding in the dialog to save the file and Not Responding in the main firefox window. No way to get rid of anything other than to force FF to close. Don't know whether FF is to blame, but I've been able to repeat it with a single window, single tab and print tab function under the latest FF to date.
Tried to find a support contact address. Could not find one. Just some FAQ etc.
I'm afraid this may not work out, if you can't contact support with the problem ...
PS: FireFox 34+ on Win8.1 with Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256SSD, etc. so it is not that the machine is obsolete

doesn't work on Linux: several problems Rated 1 out of 5 stars

The first time I ran this-- right after installing it-- it seemed to work. Except for three problems: whatever application was called to display the output had no menu and displayed in fullscreen mode... so it hid everything else that was formerly onscreen, including the task bar and application bar. It took me awhile poking around before I discovered that Ctrl-w would close that and give me my screen back. Also the output showed no top or bottom margins to the pages.

So I found the preferences window, set the top and bottom margins, while doing this also changed the defaullt units from metric to American (i.e., inches), and also changed the executable which would be used to look at the output from "notepad" (??? ) to /usr/bin/xpdf. After that, the app didn't work at all. It would create a file in /tmp which was empty (0 bytes) and wouldn't display anything.

Then I tried going back into preferences, figuring I should try changing some buggy things back to what they were. But then I couldn't find the item in Preferences to change the executable used to display the output. It was simply gone from any and all of the Preference windows.

So then I Removed (uninstalled) this add-on and then reinstalled it. Somehow it must have kept my chosen preferences somewhere because they were the same as previously (not at first, right after the initial install) and again I couldn't change xpdf back to "notepad" (as if that was at all sensible in the first place).

This add-on was released way to early in the development process, has too many bugs (not all of which I've mentioned here), and doesn't seem to have been tested on Linux. Also, the install process should note which architecture its being installed on, what the locale environmental variables are, so as to provide sensible default values to Preferences.

Altogether a rather large disappointment. Back to OpenOffice for me.