Whenever the option of saving the single images of certain webpages is disabled, it saves the page completely with its elements. Great job! Continue doing it so! Update them to follow Firefox 57, please! Don't let this wonderful thing be abandoned.
Very useful for web sites where image saving is disabled
Lo único que hace este complemento es guardar la página web completa al presionar el botón.
No ofrece ninguna solución.
Save Images Tiene muchas opciones !!
I had to Remove it from my List, Because it is useless for me.
It saves webpages Only as HTML format. Not "everything" as the title says. And I don't want to waste my hard disc space in my computer.
If I want to save webpages for later view in my browser, I am using the "FVD Speed Dial" addon, which keeps my dials online.
And for screen captures of a full webpage I am using "Fireshot" which is an excellent addon as well.
Не мога да намеря нищо позитивно и креативно
Neither good neither bad.
I don't get the idea of copying something which was created many years ago and just place an icon for it. At least add something to its functionality and develop your extension somehow.
My hobby is image collecting and this addon helps me a lot. If you are like me and when you like a picture or a simple logo you want to have it then this extension is just for.
I can't make a decision whether I like it or not. All the thing is that the files are packed into one folder which you can download by clicking either on toolbar icon or right click save as. Nothing special with this extension. But I give three stars for the effort it is useful somehow.
I give 4 stars because there is such functionality built in each browser and you have to be blind to not see it. However there is another thing - the more time we spend in clicking the more working time we waist. So my opinion is no matter how stupid and simple it is sometimes would be useful.
It's useless but there would be some people who will like it.
Get this addon it's great for downloading images. All files are in gathered in one folder in addition to that you need to remove files related with the design of that site.
I find it stupid. Everyone can click the right button of a mouse and save the entire page to preferred directory. Anyway, if you ask me it is suitable for those who want to get the whole structure of a website or they're just obsessed with downloading pictures as much as they can.
If you don't install it you would have taken your best decision.
It's nothing but an another way of saving entire page. It's pointless because it takes place in the toolbar but we have already had that functionality offered by the browser - Save Page As. It would be useful for someone who prefer clicking once and not twice.
This saves the html file for the page and the images are available to it offline, but if I want to access the images I don't know where they are. Without this the addon in not much use. Can someone tell me where to find them to move them to another folder?
It seems less useful than MS Save page as, in IE. As another has said, it needs documentation.
Completament inútil. És una drecera a la funció d'anomenar i desar la pàgina.
INUTIL define a esta extensión.
La descripción dice que sirve para bajar imagenes con un solo click, lo cual es FALSO ya que unicamente agrega un boton para guardar la página web, lo cual ya viene implementado en cualquier navegador desde hace muchos años.
Asi que no pierdan el tiempo con esta inutil extensión y ocupen la combinación Ctrl+S.
Addon works nicely. After installation seek the icon on Title Bar and when clicked on the entire web page will be saved where ever you select. Great for saving every image contained within a specific web page.
I installed it fine but have no idea how to use it. And, so far, notice no difference in the number of things i can download. !?
You may have a great extension but i think you need to add a little introductory orientation.
I find this extremely helpful. I have a physical disability, and right-clicking has always been difficult. This add-on allows me to collect images with ease, eliminating one more frustration from my web experience. Thank you Firefox!