There's a tradition to add URLs to plaintext as footnotes (see an example  yourself). Would be nice, if we would offer that as (non-default IMO) option. I may hack that together sometime. Just need to figure out, how to express arbitary-length arrays using XPCOM. Specs/Implementation: 1. Create facility for footnotes A function takes a string, stores it, inserts a hint like " [n]" into the output, and at the end of the output, it outputs something like "\n[n] string" for each stores footnote) 2. At closing </a>-tag, add a footnote for the href of the opening <a>-tag, enclosed in angle brackets.  <http://lists.projectcool.com/public/standards/2000-July/000381.html>
Seems like a very nice feature. This is related to bug #23953 BTW -- Conversion of footnotes to links. It's the opposite, actually ...
Changing personal priorities. Giving away most of my bugs :-( (reassigning to default owner). I will still track these bugs closely. If you need my input, feel free to ask me. New owner: Please do *not* close these bugs (as WONTFIX or whatever you may find) unless they are fixed. Rather, reassign to <firstname.lastname@example.org>, if you don't want to work on them.
*** Bug 222549 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Based on bug 222549, allow this as an option when printing, separate from the screen display option.
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