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|User since||November 15, 2010|
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I have found that I can save the edited page if I use save "Web page, complete", but not if I use save "Web page, HTML only".
But if I then load the page which I saved completely, I can then use save "Web page, HTML only" to save the edited page! A rather roundabout way of just saving the html.
Is there a more direct method?
I'm using Firefox 3.6.12. Yes, I have to switch tabs for the cursor to appear, and the edits do appear on the screen. BUT unfortunately, I haven't found a way of saving the changes. I've tried saving while still in edit mode and after switching off edit mode, and saving to a new file and overwriting the old file; but in all cases, the saved file is exactly the same as the 'old' one before doing any edits. Any ideas as to how to get this to work? So at present is doesn't even rate a single star.