- by Firefox user 16502029, 5 months agoRated 1 out of 5I really hate the side effect this addon implies: when I open a new tab, I'm redirected to an unknown search engine. Creepy, I've immediately removed this add-on!
- by Sourav Goswami, 8 months agoRated 1 out of 5Wanted to generate PDF from websites. That's what CTRL + P can also do, BTW. But this add-on also changes home page and default search engine - that's not what a convertor should do.
- by gerhildt, a year agoRated 1 out of 5I guess it did what I wanted it to do, but it also did a thing I definitely did not want it to do. Why would anyone want an addon whose function is to save a website to PDF, to alter our new tab page, especially with no warning?? Nowhere in the extension description or any other information provided by developer is this mentioned. Ridiculous.
- by Firefox user 13711775, a year agoRated 1 out of 5I have extensive work I host on my homepage. Most of which is held in data URI scheme as homepages. This is a golden source for months of work and the browser serves as a sort of version control . I commit the projects as homepages and you freaking ruined them all with your silly pdf program. all of them. I have copies that are deprecated, and will take months to rework and rewrite. You are a real a hole.
- by Hiding, a year agoRated 1 out of 5WebToPDF does NOT work as described. It makes a total mess of a web page with changed formatting, etc.
Additionally, as other 1 star reviews have noted, it takes over your Firefox tabs and injects itself in place of what you had originally. Not acceptable.
- by Sarah K, a year agoRated 1 out of 5Features include "the extension changes your new tab". No, I don't want you to take over my new tab settings unless you replicate all the browser new tab features, like firefox allows me to pin my last used tabs, or favorites onto my new tab page. Really unprofessional to force the user to change their new tab only because they want to convert a web page to PDF.