- Avaliado em 5 de 5por Borszczuk, há um anoSo far so good. Pretty configurable and does what it advertises. Correctly saved all pages I needed into single HTML files with all the stuff embedded. Thanks!
- Avaliado em 5 de 5por Usuário 15989944 do Firefox, há um anoSo 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.Extensions 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.