Autor: Firefox user 13737162, rok temu
This addon is great for saving a webpage as a file you can open later, almost like a PDF. It's much more capable than Firefox's native "Save page as" feature. This is a good add on from my experiences using it. It's useful if you, for example, have a webpage with specs for a vehicle you are working on, and you want to save it for later in case the page gets deleted. With just a click, you can save the entire page as a file for later.
- Autor: Firefox user 15989944, miesiąc temuOcena: 5/5So far so good. Just no option to choose a destination folder on save so they all go to a big God-forsaken Windows virtual folder where you have to retrieve them if you want to file them properly. Or am I missing something?
Thanks so much for that response! Open Save As to confirm file name solves it for me.
Would I be correct in guessing you struggled to decide whether to put that under Template or Destination? (Personally, Destination would have been the obvious place to look for a new user.) If I may say, I see no reason why you shouldn't put it in both places. I wish user interfaces did that so you're not running into dead ends so often.
Other than that, I love the way you've laid out the Options - as a simple list of expandable headings. Thank you! It's such an irritation to have each item separated by big breaks so you can't take it all in at a glance, even worse to have a new dialogue for each item like Windows has it so you're always going down rabbit holes into dead ends and back looking for what you need.
Odpowiedź autoraData: miesiąc temuExtensions cannot save files outside the "Downloads" folder automatically. You can however save files in a sub-folder (see the option "file name > template" > help > third example). An alternative is to install "SingleFile companion" but it requires some technical knowledge, see https://github.com/gildas-lormeau/SingleFile/tree/master/companion for more information.
Edit: Thank you for the feedback! I decided to include the folder name in the template because it can work with other destinations. I also try to do my best within the technical limitations imposed by the extension environment.