User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.7) Gecko/20040626 Firefox/0.9.1 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.7) Gecko/20040626 Firefox/0.9.1 "Send Page" only opens a new message window and pastes in a URL. It is a "send link" function, NOT "send page" I am running Windows 2000 Pro with Service Pack 4 and Outlook 2003. I am running Firefox 0.9.1 The "send page" option does not send the web page -- it sends a link. it pastes a URL into a new mail message. There is no page -- not even an attached page. I sent a test to myself several times, from several web pages. All I get is a mail with a URL. So, "Send Page" should be called "send link" which is a valid option in other web browsers. But, I would like a REAL "send page" where I can see the page I am sending and be able to manipulate the content -- like bolding pertinent senteces or add my own comments. Old Netscape had this funtion as a right-click option, and IE does it right now from the File menu. Surely, you can do better than IE? Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. choose "send page" 2. send 3. see page not sent. Actual Results: I received a mail with a URL pasted in the messsage. Expected Results: When you hit "Send Page" a new mail message should open up from the default mail client and the web page should be visible inside the message, just as it you had copied and pasted the entire web page into a new mail message. This displayed web page would also be able to be modified before sending. It would be a document, basically. You could add comments or bold or underline certain sentences. OR you could just send "as is", but you would see exactly what you were sending, because it would be there in the message. IE does this and old Netscape 4.x did it. Sending the web page as an attachment would be an inferior way of sending the page, but at least it would be sending something. Righ now, all that is being send from Firefox 0.9.1 is a URL link. As it is, is is mis-labelled ("send page" instead of "send link" -- a lie) or it's a true bug not working as it should. Either way, it should be fixed. And I would prefer a TRUE "send page" inside the message window, not a cop out attachment. I want to see what I am sending.
Renaming the menu item is bug 216169. Actually sending the page is bug 216168. Duping to one of those. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 216169 ***