- Ocena: 5/5Autor: Bill S, 2 lata temuI use this daily. How convenient! I'm on an html page, hit the singlefile link and a few moments later the file shows up in my download directory. This is superb. In the old days I would get an html file and then a separate but related folder with all the supporting files. Now, with single file I can then store the file in evrnote or onenote and know that I have the original regardless of any web changes that might occur
- Ocena: 5/5Autor: Surferby, 2 lata temuExceptionally fantastic. This addon serves the job perfectly. Webpage saved by SingleFile can be fully searched even when the text has compound letters. This is the ultimate alternative to "html to pdf" just because of the preservation of search-ability.
- Ocena: 5/5Autor: RJ Ray, 2 lata temuA real time machine for the internet brilliantly done!
I had to delete localstore.rdf as the sidebar was there continuously. CTRL/B removed it but it reappeared on restart. Deleting localstore.rdf fixed the problem.
I would like it to work with https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/single-file/ etc as that's one of my main things I save when I back up an addon -not sure why it's a "security" matter as SingleFile works with my bank which I'm sure phishers know this. A slight workaround http://web.archive.org/web/20200329224433/https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/single-file/
Otherwise 9/10 a great addon.
Odpowiedź autoraData: 2 lata temuThanks! Unfortunately, extensions in Firefox cannot inject scripts on https://addons.mozilla.org because, I guess, they would be able to remove bad reviews for example. Another workaround to save such a page is to use SingleFile with a browser like Chromium, MS Edge, Opera, Brave etc. By the way, the same applies if you want to save the page on the store of Google, you'll have to use Firefox.