Works again with FF 41.0.1. :-) Rated 5 out of 5 stars

There must have been a bug in FF41 when it crashes.

With FF 41.0.1. it works great again.
Thank you!

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Great but not working in 41.0, downgrade instructions Rated 5 out of 5 stars

It wasn't working with Firefox 41.0 (released a week ago) but I am not sure about 41.0.1 released yesterday because I haven't tried it. Also the beta version of the extension doesn't seem to work properly either (the browser didn't crash but images weren't saved).

You can downgrade to the last stable release of FF40 which is FF 40.0.3 and turn off automatic updating under Tools>Options>Advanced>Update. I think I will leave off automatic updates after this and only try the updates until extensions have had a chance to adjust, at least for major updates.
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Good extension Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I like this extension very much, thank you.

MAF lives on in Pale Moon Rated 5 out of 5 stars

The harsh reality is that MAF is dying on Firefox, but the good news is the current rev works perfectly in Pale Moon (and should continue to do so indefinitely with little or no modification).

The switch to Pale Moon marks the end of 11 years of Firefox for me. I'm not a "Mozilla hater" or lamenting the demise of Firefox. I've been using largely the same addons for a long time (you'll see my reviews are all 6+ years ago, and I still use a number of them, including MAF) and haven't kept up with browser developments much over the years. I was content to keep going along with FF so long as my particular hodgepodge of addons worked fine; but just a few days ago I happened to learn about the disastrous decision to deprecate XUL/XPCOM. I never even heard of Pale Moon until I read about it in a number of article comments. Then yesterday when attempting to load MAFs caused FF41 to crash every time, and seeing that MAF 4.0b1 is seriously crippled by Electrolysis, I knew now is the time to make the big change. So yesterday I transitioned to Pale Moon (rather easily, as it's a very close sibling of FF and all my add-ons and settings were easy to copy over with their helpful setup tool). Pale Moon will hopefully be keeping alive XUL and XPCOM for years to come; it's certainly the most likely to carry on the "true Firefox experience".

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Mozilla Archive Format, with MHT and Faithful Save Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Unfortunately, when opening MAFF and MHT files, Firefox 41 now crashes. A temporary measure is to install Comodo IceDragon which is based on Firefox. You can then addon to Comodo IceDragon, Mozilla Archive Format, with MHT and Faithful Save. Hopefully the issue will be fixed soon.

Good plugin, well done! Rated 4 out of 5 stars

PS: After the upgrade to FF41, plug crash Fox at the opening of a previously saved file MHT (not all, but many)

Great to store websites off-line in a single file Rated 5 out of 5 stars

NOTE: on Firefox 41 the add-on makes crash Firefox every time you open a .maff file. Fix this please!

It's able to store websites which are open off-line as they whey shown originally. The bar showing the original URL and saving date and time is very useful.

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Crash on Firefox 41 Stable and 42 Beta Rated 5 out of 5 stars

work fine on firefox 40, but not on 41 and newer

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Crashes on Firefox 41 Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Crashes in no time after opening an MHT file. This renders it useless.

Crash on FF 41 Rated 4 out of 5 stars

When I upgrade to FF 41, it crash FF when I open a old tab saved in maff. Now I using FF40 b3 again

Broken in Nightly Rated 3 out of 5 stars

The addon is really good. Unfortunately, it completely breaks in Nightly.

Crashes When Opening Files Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Promising add-on, but hasn't worked for me yet. Firefox (version 41.0b7) crashes less than a second after loading any opened MHT/MHTML or MAFF file.

I've installed UnMHT (another extension for MHT support) for now, and with that extension installed MHT files open without crashing.

Note: I was going to check for existing bug reports and/or report one at the support site linked, but the sites HTTPS certificate is expired..

I am using the most recent AMO version of this MAFF extension: version

Right-click context items missing. But nice overall. Rated 3 out of 5 stars

The last version that had the right-click context items working was 3.0a1.0. Anything after that seems to have thin, blank, placeholders (which do nothing) in the context menu.

So I'm stuck at that particular version.

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This is greatest add-on which is must-have for me. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

i have used this for years.

However, recent FF update make it save 0 byte MAFF file.
seem there is a bug to solve.
please check!

Brilliant Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I was looking for something which would save webpages perfectly i.e as is, with their proper formatting as is without any changes. This addon does a wonderful job. Great stuff folks!

Useful Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Saving web pages as a single file is important functionality as far as I'm concerned, I'm not sure why it isn't included in Firefox by default.
My only problem is that it's not working in Cyberfox - it just removes the "Save Page As..." option altogether.

File saved has smaller size than UnMHT Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I prefer this addon to UnMHT because MHT file saved by it is smaller in size than that by UnMHT.

Videos are being included Rated 5 out of 5 stars

HTML5-enabled video pages are saved including videos! Kinda, huge sized videos are saved inside maff files, maybe it should be desirable under some circunstancies to be that way, but for most common use (I suppose) users really don't want save big video files together with other pages' contents inside maff files.

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A convenient and useful add-on for Pale Moon users!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Nice, just what I needed! I hope you keep support for for older versions of Firefox or based off versions, such as Pale Moon.

Though if you think about it, Pale Moon is forked from Firefox v24 code and keeps up with the current changes of the web, supports many Firefox extension (add-ons) and stays regularly updated (security patches, memory leaks, bug fixes, new futures and improvements). We even have our own GUID to differentiate from Firefox and believe it or not, our very own add-on site that's specifically compatible with Pale Moon.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

An excellent tool whose functionality should certainly be built into Firefox.