|User since||June 10, 2013|
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Excellent PDF screen capture Add-On. Fast, simple and very easy to use. Does not save document hyperlinks ,,, To use: Just right click and choose PDFit from the drop down menu. That's it. Nothing fancy, bloated or difficult, just simple and to the point.
HINT, Do not attempt to rename the capture to something different, than what was automatically chosen as a file name. Once the capture is saved, only then, rename the file to whatever you want. Otherwise, changing the automatic named file will result in an unopenable document.
Lean, fast and powerful PDF screen capture tool Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This *Print pages to PDF*, Firefox Add-On, is quick and easy right out of the box, no tweaking to get started. Indispensable tool for saving web pages, documents, research info and building a personal data library. Small footprint, fast scrolling of long documents, and retains all clickable hot links, makes this Add-On very unique and welcomed.
Installs clean and free of spam, nag-ware and data collection spyware. Clear help files make customizing easy. Saves to (world wide compatible) PDF's only, web captures as complete with formatting and images, or text only to save printer ink.
The built in Editor and Archive Manager feel lethargic in comparison to a couple very powerful and free alternatives (PDFill Tools, Clipboard Magic) for PDF editing and archiving. Would like to see next upgrade include a variable limit on the number of pages captured, eg: to 10 or less, and disassociation from, 'Scrapbook(Plus)'.
This scrolling PDF screen capture Add-On is excellent. It's fast, powerful and well written. I highly recommend getting, while it's still free.
Dangerous. Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Not what it appears to be.
Careful with disclosing information, it will return to fill your inbox.
I'm surprised Firefox allows this AddOn and developer to 'use' their site as they do.