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|User since||June 18, 2008|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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Hi, I save tons of web pages using unMHT.
If I use your extension, to annotate, and save the web page as MHT, will your components (the annotations) be built into the MHT file, or will they be stored in the same folder (or subfoilder) where the MHT goes ?
I would like to place comment (or highlight) on a web page, then save it as .mht (using unMHT addon).
I don't want to share it.
I don't want to place it (or store it), on the web.
I don't want it having to store the note elsewhere on my drive. It should allow a single .mht file to contain everything.
Can this do that ?
Or can anyone point me to a program, os FF addon, that can do that ?
There is a FREE utility called TrayIt, that allows you to Minimize Firefox (also lots of other programs) into the SysTray.
I have been using it for some months now, and am very pleased.
I left Firefox, and went to Opera, because FF did not have this ability.
Ideally FF (or someone) should build it into the 'Save As' menu.
This extension works perfectly (apart from the menu issue), and has me using FF 50% of the time now.
Does this extension save as mhtThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3).