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  • Microsoft is making it easier to save a web page as a PDF

    Karlston By Karlston, in Software News, , 3 comments, 244 views

    Microsoft is making it easier to save a web page in Edge as a PDF.


    The feature, which is currently in Edge Canary, would add the option as a top-level entry in the right-click menu, the same as Save and Print.




    The option is more intuitive and obvious than printing a web page as a PDF, the current implementation.


    The feature is being tested in Edge 95 Canary, but it appears to be available as a controlled roll-out and not available to everyone at present.


    via Techdows



    Microsoft is making it easier to save a web page as a PDF


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    @Matt  I have two non-negotiable needs in a browser, multi-row tabs and tabs immediately above the content. AFAIK, only Firefox can give me those, even though they’re both done with CSS and javascript.


    That said, it’s possible that vertical tabs satisfies both my needs. If that’s the case, other browsers become possible. Even that new Microsoft one, can’t remember its name,,, :P


    Also, I take comfort that if Mozilla changes something in Firefox, I may be able to undo/fix it with some CSS or javascript trickery. Not sure other browsers would let users do that.

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    3 hours ago, Matt said:

    I'm curious as to why other browser users don't migrate to Microsoft Edge, which will soon become number one browser. Yeah I mean you @Karlston and @flash13 🧐

      I just weened myself off of      Netrs.gif   and I put it to rest.  Netscape-Her070.png    .  I don't want to rush into #1..🤣


    Actually i have been going back and forth between the two. We'll see !


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