User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8a1) Gecko/20040520 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8a1) Gecko/20040520 Time-to-time it will be comfortable to send web page with all visible elements as minimum, or, maybe, with all active content - as maximum. Outlook express can do it. Expected results: When I am looking to web page, with graphics, I choose "send web page with all elements" from file menu. Recepient gets my letter with html page attached, and all external images (or, maybe, swf) in attachement, too. All links in HTML corrected to refer to this attachements. Then recepient can see page in original view in mailbox, or can to save that page to local disk, like "save web page, complete" now (from web site) Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce:
A "simple" way to do that: just print the page to a postscript file. It would be cool to automate that a bit, eg. by dragging the URL bar icon onto the mail app icon. Of course, that should call an external mail app if one is defined. And the action should be configurable, eg. "just send link", "send ps", "send pdf" etc.
(In reply to comment #1) > A "simple" way to do that: just print the page to a postscript file. It would be > cool to automate that a bit, eg. by dragging the URL bar icon onto the mail app > icon. Of course, that should call an external mail app if one is defined. And > the action should be configurable, eg. "just send link", "send ps", "send pdf" etc. hm. I think a great handycap of usage html instead pdf or postscript is keepeng a main concepts of formatting, and possibility to show a page as end user want - page and font size, headers and footers, fonts, etc. You can to recommend to send simply gif, jpg or png pictures of rendered pages - result will be same, but not I want. I want that I wrote - html page with all visible elements, sutable for viewing, printing or editing... Maybe, it will be not html witn lot of .gif, .jpg, .js and .css files. It may be single htx archive, containing all of it.
I'm voting for this bug. I work in a shipping company. My users are not computer-savvy. They've been mailing Web pages with IE and Outlook for FedEx web pages that display (script-generated) shipping labels (with bar codes and external scripts). If Firefox can't do this, they have to print 2-3 pages and then FAX them or return to using IE. The ability to retrieve the Fedex label disappears after a few days, so sending the URL doesn't work. I'll try printing to a file and see if that makes anything easier, but the likelihood of my users doing something like that drops considerably with each additional step involved in the process.
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