The Shelve extension provides a way to quickly save the current document, an image, a link target, or the currently selected text by defining filename templates. Those templates can contain placeholders for the document's host, filename, date, clip (the selected text), and more.
Users can assign hotkeys to the main shelve dialog or to single templates.
Optionally, each file can be registered in a log file. Users can also define a footer that will be appended to the local copy of the file (if applicable).
When selecting the filename template, users can enable auto-save mode. Subsequently visited pages will then be saved without further interaction to the same location. Alternatively, you can select a shelf to which all documents will be saved after startup.
Users can save documents as full webpage, html body only, plain text.
This use of placeholders was originally inspired by the slogger extension.
For more information see: http://shelve.sourceforge.net
Although shelve is compatible with ff2, certain things (e.g. access keys in dialogs) don't work properly.
If you have any complaints, found a bug, have an idea about how to improve shelve, please post a message to the support forum: http://groups.google.com/group/shelve-firefox-addon
If you want to see this extension translated to your language, please consider joining the localization team at http://www.babelzilla.org