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1.Today (July 2019) Firefox 68.0.1 is compatible with UNMHT ?

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If they are not now, when will they be compatible?

If they are not now, when will they be compatible?

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No. You can ask the developer, but from the state of the repository (https://gitlab.com/opennota/unmht) I don't think it will be available anytime soon.

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  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:68.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/68.0

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Meskó Balázs
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No. You can ask the developer, but from the state of the repository (https://gitlab.com/opennota/unmht) I don't think it will be available anytime soon.

No. You can ask the developer, but from the state of the repository (https://gitlab.com/opennota/unmht) I don't think it will be available anytime soon.
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McCoy
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Hello Sorin,

Maybe you'd like to give this add-on a try :

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/save-page-we/

Hello Sorin, Maybe you'd like to give this add-on a try : https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/save-page-we/
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Thanks but: This add-on cannot do what UNMHT did in Firefox in the past or Web archive, single file with IE!

Thanks but: This add-on cannot do what UNMHT did in Firefox in the past or Web archive, single file with IE!
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jscher2000
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I don't think there have been any extensions that read or write MHTML files since Firefox 57 when the "legacy" extension APIs were removed. I don't know whether that is because it is difficult, impossible, or not a popular project.

Internet Explorer 11 and Google Chrome can open your existing MHTML files and save new ones (for Chrome, you might need to use a startup switch or an add-on).

I don't think there have been any extensions that read or write MHTML files since Firefox 57 when the "legacy" extension APIs were removed. I don't know whether that is because it is difficult, impossible, or not a popular project. Internet Explorer 11 and Google Chrome can open your existing MHTML files and save new ones (for Chrome, you might need to use a startup switch or an add-on).
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