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Print web page to PDF file with live links in PDF file like Apple Safari's pdf prints?
With Firefox for Macintosh, can I print a web page to PDF in such a manner that when I option the PDF file and click on a link, it is a live link that opens in my system's default web browser?
With Apple Safari, when I print a web page to a PDF file, the links on that page are "live" and work to open the web browser to their destination. The PDF files I get from Firefox are dead. Clicking on link does not open in browser.
Is there a way to get FireFox to act more like Safari in this regard?
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I don't know whether there is a solution for this year. You might review this thread from earlier this year: How can I retain hyperlinks while saving a webpage as PDF via Print? (also has links to several support threads on Apple's forums).
Seems the referenced thread is about Lion. I am having this problem in Snow Leopard 10.6.5 with Firefox. Any way to get PDFs with working links in Snow Leopard using FIrefox? I do not really want to have to use Safari for this purpose.
Going forward when and under what circumstances will future versions of Firefox be able to create PDFs with live links? Are there any circumstances where a current or past version of Firefox can do it under any current or past version of OS X?
Hi tkfirefoxuser, I was away from the forum for a while.
The clickable links feature was handled by MacOS was not part of Firefox on any platform. I don't know whether there is any plan to add native PDF output support in the future.