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"Save Web site (In-depth Capture)", but how ?

Comment by mll
about ScrapBook · Mar 2016 · Helpful Not helpful

Alternativeto's description says that with this application, you can save websites, but after carefully parsing the author's decription and options screens, I couldn't find how.

[Edited by mll, March 24]

Thanks svik for the smiley-assisted snapshots ! :)

I couldn't help but notice that your dialog boxes offer more options than mine (for instance, I can't change the timeout, or miss many useful options like "process frames") : https://i.imgur.com/FXl6GEK.png

I tried to find if there was an "expert user" setting but I couldn't find any. Do you know how to activate these options ?

Oh, yes ... in fact I have other version of ScrapBook named Scrapbook X (https://addons.mozilla.org/sl/firefox/addon/scrapbook-x/ ). This addon is based on ScrapBook Plus and original ScrapBook with several improvements and some other features. You can check it at https://github.com/danny0838/firefox-scrapbook/wiki/Features .

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Comment by BARIO
about ScrapBook · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

Nice little extension!

We wrote this post on how to use it together with Tabbles and Gyazo:
http://tabbles.net/blog/2010/06/01/tabbles-scrapbook-gyazo-firefox-hint/

-Andrea

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XMarks & Gmarks are best apps for bookmarks on multiple PCs

Comment by em4020
about ScrapBook and Google Bookmarks, XMarks · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

XMarks ( http://alternativeto.net/desktop/xmarks/ ) and Gmarks are the best applications to store and synchronize bookmarks on multiple computers very easy. Since 12 month I cannot imagine to use internet without Xmarks and ScrapBook. XMarks manages only links, Scrapbook stores complete sites (with comments, if You want). I combine ScrapBook with DropBox, so I have access to the stored internet-sites on serveral computers. Xmarks is also available for the windows explorer, but for this browser only for private use. XMarks has also a web-interface, which allows to publish and share a choosable link-directory with other people.

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