von Firefox-Benutzer 14970347, vor 3 Jahren
Bewertet mit 1 von 5 Sternen
This add-on sends your page URI to a third-party server, which in turn retrieves it in hopes of getting the same output as you do in your browser. Obviously, any page that requires any sort of authentication will be broken. That is not to mention that you probably won't want your pages sent anywhere for a job which can perfectly be done locally. Probably works for some static public websites if you disregard privacy, useless for anything else. Use a local adblocker to block ads and remove clutter.
- von DaddyCool, vor 8 TagenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenWorks perfectly BUT for users of uBlock Origin there's an issue which is solved by
adding to uBlock₀ — Dashboard / My rules the following rule :
* printfriendly.com * noop
Otherwise reported "missing icon" and overall PDF download won't work.
- von Normadel, vor 9 TagenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenIt did not work in Firefox 95.02 when I first installed it, from PF & PDF website. Could not get the icon to appear in the Menu Bar even after trying what Support suggested.
Then I decided to uninstall Firefox completely from Windows. Was asked if I wanted to try a "Refresh" first. Did that, and all extensions were eliminated. Then downloaded PF & PDF extension thru Firefox Add-Ons, and IT WORKED!. The icon came up on the Menu Bar just as it should.
Apparently there is a difference in where you install the PF & PDF extension from. I wonder why? But since it now works, I am very happy.
Thanks, Support Guy!
- von Firefox-Benutzer 13059892, vor einem MonatBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenA must have extension for dealing with articles and reports you need for later. Save as a pdf and send it anywhere. Eliminate the clutter of sites that are trying to force you to to read their seondary content and ads.
- von MeNi, vor 4 MonatenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenIt does what it's supposed to do with no fuss. It gives the users a preview and the choice to delete passages that may be unwanted. Does not include ads in the final pdf. The only weak point for me is that it divides the context of the webpages into pages instead of a one-page document, without the option to choose which of the two works best for you.