- Rated 5 out of 5од pfb, пред 10 месециWebsite archives on VirusTotal.com are no longer displayed correctly.
Previously, VirusTotal.com saves from Firefox still showed up correctly.
After VirusTotal.com's recent interface change, SingleFile saves from Firefox are rendered incorrectly; but the save from Chrome still shows correctly.
Attached below are 1 file created before (A) and 2 files created after (B+C) when VirusTotal.com changed its interface. Attached are 3 screenshots of those 3 files.
_ File (A), created on Firefox (2022-04), before change:
_ File (B), created on Firefox (2023-02), after change:
_ File (C), created on Chrome (2023-02), after change:
* Screenshot of 3 files:
* Link to website of file scanning results on VirusTotal.com:
- Rated 5 out of 5од Veez0r, пред 10 месециWorks like a charm. One of the better ways to save webpages for personal archiving. No need to worry about losing most formatting like printing to PDF or images having been removed on the web server as it's all stored in the HTML file
- Rated 5 out of 5од jupiter2, пред една годинаThis is an amazing extension. I took the opportunity to render the end results in various browsers. These pages always displayed.
Minimal browsers like Dillo were no issue. Command line browsers like lynx, elinks, links displayed the pages well. Then I went extreme and ran SingleFile saved pages on a number of DOS browsers from the 90s (still a huge DOS fan).
Browsers like Arachne, Bobcat, knots, doslynx... html viewers of the time like hview077, htmlvw and others. The SingleFile saved pages just kept displaying.