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Mozilla Archive Format, with MHT and Faithful Save 5.2.1 Reinício necessário
— Open web pages saved with Internet Explorer or other browsers (MHT)
— Save many tabs, video and audio reliably, in a single ZIP file (MAFF)
— Return to the original site you saved a page from, and more!
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The ability to save web pages as MAFF or MHTML is disabled by default in Firefox. While this functionality can be enabled again from the options, the Save Page WE add-on can also be installed alongside the Mozilla Archive Format add-on to save complete web pages in a single HTML file. Pages saved in this way will be compatible with future versions of Firefox. More details can be found on the official website.
After September 5, 2018, most installations of Firefox ESR will be updated automatically to a new version that does not support the Mozilla Archive Format add-on, and it will not be possible to open or save MAFF and MHT files anymore.
• In order to open MHTML files when the IE Tab extension is installed, the filter
/^file:\/\/\/.*\.(mht|mhtml)$/ must be disabled from the IE Tab options.
• When saving a page in an archive fails, retrying the download from the Downloads window does not achieve the expected result.
• Opening very long documents contained inside MHTML files may cause the browser to stop responding temporarily.
Check out the latest development version for updates on new features and resolved issues.
The commands to save web pages as MAFF or MHTML are now disabled by default, and additional information on compatibility and file format conversion is displayed when updating from previous versions.
The save commands can be enabled again from the options of the add-on, keeping in mind that current versions of Firefox and future versions of Firefox ESR will not be able to open the pages saved in this way.
See the official website for details.
- Código-fonte disponibilizado sob Mozilla Public License, versão 1.1