- 來自 JfmbLinux，25 天前評價 3 分，滿分 5 分Mettre une page complète (avec le CSS, les images, etc.) dans un simple fichier HTML, ça fonctionne pour certains sites, mais pas pour tous.
開發者回應張貼於 25 天前Dans ce cas, merci de signaler les bugs eventuels ici https://github.com/gildas-lormeau/SingleFile/issues. Vous pouvez aussi me contacter par mail via la page de l'extension sur le store. Sans cela et à defaut de lire dans les pensées, je ne peux absolument rien faire pour vous aider.
- 來自 Firefox 使用者 15614831，1 個月前評價 3 分，滿分 5 分Completely fails to encode image files having a local path (as opposed to web URL). Fails to encode files which don't define a character encoding.
UPDATE: While this may be an upstream bug, the extension cannot be rate better than 3/5 because it in fact does not work well. Firefox is losing market share because of things like this, however there is also WaterFox which has been focused on giving the users a good experience. It is my hope that Firefox will die AND that a fork which respects users shall replace it. Bad leadership destroys products just like dictatorial government destroys nations.
- 來自 Firefox 使用者 15950945，1 年前評價 3 分，滿分 5 分Good idea in general but it seems to have problems with pictures, just an example
Only the big picture at the top is visible after saving the page (and the text columns are changing from right to left and back again after the positions where the pictures are at the original page), no other pctures are shown, I checked ticking and unticking the picture options "Saving delayed pctures..." (not sure about "delayed", here in German "zurückgestellte Bilder") but this does not make any difference
UnMHT on Firefox 56 saves the page with all the pictures and I see it exactly as on my screen before saving it including the text columns at the right positions, too. (page saved with SingleFile is about 67 mb without pictures, page saved with UnMHT is about 44 mb and has all the pictures)
Edit: It was not meant as a bug report.
Website see above saved with SavePage WE (never used so far) is much smaller than the one saved with SingleFile but otherwise exactly looks the same that is without the pictures etc. No idea why, not comfortable of course, seems that the mht format was the much better option for me at least
開發者回應張貼於 1 年前I was able to save this page without any particular issue with the default settings. It weights 67MB though. Please follow this procedure if you really want me to help you: https://github.com/gildas-lormeau/SingleFile#troubleshooting-unknown-issues
I also strongly recommend that you contact me or create a new issue on GitHub. You shouldn't post bug reports or support requests in the reviews because that's the rule, but also because it's not practical since the reviews aren't designed for that.
Edit: As it's not a bug report and I can't reproduce this bug anyway, I can't fix it. Thus, I recommend you to use "UnMHT" on Firefox 56 or "Save Page WE". Thank you for your review Firefox user 15950945.
- 來自 nicopopo，2 年前評價 3 分，滿分 5 分This "data URI scheme" puts too much crap into the webpage which makes it unsearchable by Windows Index.
開發者回應張貼於 2 年前You can report an issue on Windows by following the procedure described for example here: https://www.howtogeek.com/368667/how-to-report-a-problem-or-send-feedback-about-windows-10
Regarding SingleFile, please post your feature requests or issues here: https://github.com/gildas-lormeau/SingleFile/issues
Please note that SingleFile, unlike Windows, is free (open-source), and maintained by a team of one guy on his spare time.
EDIT: To fix this issue, I recommend you to take a look at SingleFileZ here: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/singlefilez
- 來自 bharatgkmsrgroup，3 年前評價 3 分，滿分 5 分Take to much time for saving pages
開發者回應張貼於 3 年前Thanks for your review. Since the extension can be installed on Android, I do my best to make it run as fast as possible. However, the settings by default in SingleFile are optimized to produce small pages. If you prefer to prioritize the save speed, I recommend to disable the following options "save deferred images", "compress HTML content", "compress CSS content", and maybe "remove unused styles".