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  <h2 class="page-header">Screenshots</h2>  <h2>Features of Mozilla Archive Format</h2>
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   <h3>Save in web archives</h3>
   <p>Web archives are better than the normal way of saving pages. When you save
    a complete page as HTML, a folder full of small files is also created. The
    result may easily become unreadable when moved to other computers or burned
    onto a CD-ROM. Saving each page in a single file, instead, makes sure that
    they will remain readable in the future, and allows for faster backups and
    easier file management.</p>
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   <h3>Include video and audio</h3>
   <p>Using the MAFF web archive format, you can save multimedia files together
    with the page, for example a blog post that includes some videos. Combined
    with the built-in browser support for <b>Vorbis</b>, <b>Theora</b>, and
    <b>WebM</b> multimedia files in HTML5, MAFF becomes ideal for packaging
    video, audio, and related resources in a portable file.</p>
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   <h3>Faithful save system</h3>
   <p>This feature allows your browser to save every page with greater accuracy,
    including all styles and images. When you open a page that you saved with the
    Mozilla Archive Format add-on installed, you see an exact snapshot of what
    was displayed when you initiated the save command. This is also true for
    complete pages saved outside of a web archive.</p>
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   <h3>Save many pages in a single file</h3>
   <p>You can save multiple tabs in a single MAFF archive. Moreover, if you use
    the Multiple Tab Handler add-on, you can easily select which tabs to
   <img src="images/screenshot-multipleTab.png" alt="" class="maf-center">
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   <h3>Link to the original</h3>
   <p>Every web archive contains the original address from which the page was
    saved, as well as the date of the save operation. With Mozilla Archive
    Format, you can find again and reopen the original website, not only for new
    archives but even for pages previously saved using Internet Explorer.</p>
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   <h3>Convert the file format of saved pages</h3>
   <p>The Saved Pages Conversion Wizard can guide you through the conversion of
    your previously saved web pages to a different file format. You can convert
    old pages to MAFF, if you want to save disk space or prevent problems when
    burning a CD-ROM. You can also convert MAFF back to other formats, in case
    you need to interoperate with other applications. Thanks to this feature and
    the fact that MAFF is an open format, you will never find yourself in the
    situation of being unable to read the web archives you created.</p>
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   <h3>Simple yet powerful</h3>
   <p>You can recommend Mozilla Archive Format to your friends because it is easy
    to use for everyone. The underlying functionality is still very powerful, and
    the add-on will generally do the right thing automatically, like preserving
    the original date and time of previously saved pages. And for the advanced
    user, many behavioral details can be tweaked from the <tt>about:config</tt>
    page as explained in the <a href="documentation.html">documentation</a>.</p>
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   <p>Depending on your habits, you can use the dedicated <b>Save Page In Archive
    As</b> menu item, or select a web archive file type from the standard <b>Save
    Page As</b> dialog box. If you don't use some menu items or prefer to have
    more commands readily available from the context menu, you can optimize the
    user interface to suit your needs.</p>
   <img src="images/screenshot-saveAsDialog.png" alt="" class="maf-center">
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   <h3>Minimal disk usage</h3>
   <p>Saving pages as MAFF lets you minimize disk usage and access time on slow
    media, since MAFF is based on the universal, compressed ZIP file format. A
    page saved as MAFF is smaller than the same page saved as individual files,
    and much smaller than MHTML, because the latter is encoded in a way that
    makes it usually larger than the original page.</p>
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   <p>Opening MAFF files is nearly instantaneous thanks to the native support
    for ZIP files of Firefox and SeaMonkey. For creating and opening MHTML
    files, Mozilla Archive Format uses the fastest JavaScript routines
    available for MIME encoding and decoding, that have been developed
    specifically for the add-on.</p>
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   <h3>100% compatible</h3>
   <p>Web archives created with Firefox or SeaMonkey in the MHTML format are 100%
    compatible with Internet Explorer and other browsers. MAFF archives are also
    created in such a way that they are fully compatible with any modern ZIP
    extraction utility.</p>
   <p>Mozilla Archive Format is designed to integrate not only with the browser,
    but with many <a href="documentation.html#extensions">compatible
    extensions</a> as well. For example, you can use UnMHT if you want advanced
    options when saving MHTML files, or a download organizer to select your
    download folders and file names automatically.</p>
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   <h3>Open archives by clicking icon</h3>
   <p>On Windows, Mozilla Archive Format can configure your operating system so
    that web archives are opened in Firefox or SeaMonkey when you click their
    icon. For Linux, the same file type association can be created with manual
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   <h3>Free and Open Source</h3>
   <p>Mozilla Archive Format is and will always be free for everyone to use,
    modify, and adapt to their needs. MAFF is an open file format whose technical
    specification is maintained by the MAF project. The latest version of the
    add-on is distributed under a choice of several Open Source and Free Software
    licenses: the Mozilla Public License 1.1, the GNU General Public License 2.0,
    the GNU Lesser General Public License 2.1, or any later version of these
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   <h3>Popular and widely used</h3>
   <p>Mozilla Archive Format is used daily by over 50,000 people. In case
    something doesn't work as you expected, you can ask for support in the
    <a href="feedback.html">MAF mailing list or newsgroup</a>, where the
    developers and the most experienced users may reply to your questions.</p>
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 <h2>More information</h2>
 <p>For a detailed explanation of how you can leverage all the features of the
  Mozilla Archive Format add-on, see the <a href="documentation.html">user
   <h3>Saving archives</h3>  
   <img src="images/saveExample.png" alt="">  
   <p>Saving multiple pages in a single file is fast and easy, using MAF with  
    Multiple Tab Handler.<p>  
   <img src="images/saveAsDialog.png" alt="">  
   <p>You can save both MAFF and MHTML archives.<p>  
   <img src="images/multiSaveDialog.png" alt="">  
   <p>Even without Multiple Tab Handler you can select which tabs to save from  
    a handy selection window.<p>  
   <h3>Viewing archives</h3>  
   <img src="images/viewArchive.png" alt="">  
   <p>You can open archives like any other type of saved page. The name of the  
    archive appears in the location bar. All the images in the page are saved  
    correctly, thanks to the integrated Save Complete extension.</p>  
   <h3>Viewing information about archive contents</h3>  
   <img src="images/archivesDialog.png" alt="">  
   <p>The <i>Archives</i> dialog lets you view information about the archives  
    that you opened in this session.</p>  
   <h3>Customizing the look and feel</h3>  
   <img src="images/toolsMenu.png" alt="">  
   <p>By default MAF is integrated with the standard <i>Save As</i> dialog, and  
    additional commands are available from the Tools menu.</p>  
   <img src="images/prefsDialog-paneInterface.png" alt="">  
   <p>You can place the MAF menu items where you feel comfortable, and hide  
    them if you don't need them.</p>  
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