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        !             4:     <p>The Mozilla Archive Format add-on is no longer maintained since
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1.10      pamadini    8:   <h2>Features of Mozilla Archive Format</h2>
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                     14:   <h3>Save in web archives</h3>
                     15:   <p>Web archives are better than the normal way of saving pages. When you save
                     16:    a complete page as HTML, a folder full of small files is also created. The
                     17:    result may easily become unreadable when moved to other computers or burned
                     18:    onto a CD-ROM. Saving each page in a single file, instead, makes sure that
                     19:    they will remain readable in the future, and allows for faster backups and
                     20:    easier file management.</p>
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                     23:   <h3>Include video and audio</h3>
                     24:   <p>Using the MAFF web archive format, you can save multimedia files together
                     25:    with the page, for example a blog post that includes some videos. Combined
                     26:    with the built-in browser support for <b>Vorbis</b>, <b>Theora</b>, and
                     27:    <b>WebM</b> multimedia files in HTML5, MAFF becomes ideal for packaging
                     28:    video, audio, and related resources in a portable file.</p>
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                     30: <img src="images/screenshot-exactPersist.png" alt="" class="maf-right">
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                     32:   <h3>Faithful save system</h3>
                     33:   <p>This feature allows your browser to save every page with greater accuracy,
                     34:    including all styles and images. When you open a page that you saved with the
                     35:    Mozilla Archive Format add-on installed, you see an exact snapshot of what
                     36:    was displayed when you initiated the save command. This is also true for
                     37:    complete pages saved outside of a web archive.</p>
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                     40:   <h3>Save many pages in a single file</h3>
                     41:   <p>You can save multiple tabs in a single MAFF archive. Moreover, if you use
                     42:    the Multiple Tab Handler add-on, you can easily select which tabs to
                     43:    save.</p>
                     44:   <img src="images/screenshot-multipleTab.png" alt="" class="maf-center">
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                     46: <img src="images/screenshot-archiveInfoPopup.png" alt="" class="maf-left">
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                     48:   <h3>Link to the original</h3>
                     49:   <p>Every web archive contains the original address from which the page was
                     50:    saved, as well as the date of the save operation. With Mozilla Archive
                     51:    Format, you can find again and reopen the original website, not only for new
                     52:    archives but even for pages previously saved using Internet Explorer.</p>
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                     55:   <h3>Convert the file format of saved pages</h3>
                     56:   <p>The Saved Pages Conversion Wizard can guide you through the conversion of
                     57:    your previously saved web pages to a different file format. You can convert
                     58:    old pages to MAFF, if you want to save disk space or prevent problems when
                     59:    burning a CD-ROM. You can also convert MAFF back to other formats, in case
                     60:    you need to interoperate with other applications. Thanks to this feature and
                     61:    the fact that MAFF is an open format, you will never find yourself in the
                     62:    situation of being unable to read the web archives you created.</p>
                     63:   <img src="images/screenshot-convertDialog.png" alt="" class="maf-center">
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                     72:   <h3>Simple yet powerful</h3>
                     73:   <p>You can recommend Mozilla Archive Format to your friends because it is easy
                     74:    to use for everyone. The underlying functionality is still very powerful, and
                     75:    the add-on will generally do the right thing automatically, like preserving
                     76:    the original date and time of previously saved pages. And for the advanced
                     77:    user, many behavioral details can be tweaked from the <tt>about:config</tt>
                     78:    page as explained in the <a href="documentation.html">documentation</a>.</p>
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                     81:   <h3>Customizable</h3>
                     82:   <p>Depending on your habits, you can use the dedicated <b>Save Page In Archive
                     83:    As</b> menu item, or select a web archive file type from the standard <b>Save
                     84:    Page As</b> dialog box. If you don't use some menu items or prefer to have
                     85:    more commands readily available from the context menu, you can optimize the
                     86:    user interface to suit your needs.</p>
                     87:   <img src="images/screenshot-saveAsDialog.png" alt="" class="maf-center">
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                     89: <img src="images/screenshot-archive.png" alt="" class="maf-left">
                     90: <div class="maf-feature-text">
                     91:   <h3>Minimal disk usage</h3>
                     92:   <p>Saving pages as MAFF lets you minimize disk usage and access time on slow
                     93:    media, since MAFF is based on the universal, compressed ZIP file format. A
                     94:    page saved as MAFF is smaller than the same page saved as individual files,
                     95:    and much smaller than MHTML, because the latter is encoded in a way that
                     96:    makes it usually larger than the original page.</p>
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                     99:   <h3>Fast</h3>
                    100:   <p>Opening MAFF files is nearly instantaneous thanks to the native support
                    101:    for ZIP files of Firefox and SeaMonkey. For creating and opening MHTML
                    102:    files, Mozilla Archive Format uses the fastest JavaScript routines
                    103:    available for MIME encoding and decoding, that have been developed
                    104:    specifically for the add-on.</p>
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                    107:   <h3>100% compatible</h3>
                    108:   <p>Web archives created with Firefox or SeaMonkey in the MHTML format are 100%
                    109:    compatible with Internet Explorer and other browsers. MAFF archives are also
                    110:    created in such a way that they are fully compatible with any modern ZIP
                    111:    extraction utility.</p>
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                    113: <img src="images/screenshot-fileAssociations.png" alt="" class="maf-right">
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                    115:   <h3>Open archives by clicking icon</h3>
                    116:   <p>On Windows, Mozilla Archive Format can configure your operating system so
                    117:    that web archives are opened in Firefox or SeaMonkey when you click their
                    118:    icon. For Linux, the same file type association can be created with manual
                    119:    steps.</p>
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                    122:   <h3>Free and Open Source</h3>
                    123:   <p>Mozilla Archive Format is and will always be free for everyone to use,
1.12      pamadini  124:    modify, and adapt to their needs. The latest version of the add-on is
                    125:    distributed under a choice of several Open Source and Free Software licenses:
                    126:    the Mozilla Public License 1.1, the GNU General Public License 2.0, the GNU
                    127:    Lesser General Public License 2.1, or any later version of these
1.10      pamadini  128:    licenses.</p>
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                    131:   <h3>Popular and widely used</h3>
                    132:   <p>Mozilla Archive Format is used daily by over 50,000 people. In case
1.11      pamadini  133:    something doesn't work as you expected, you can <a href="feedback.html">ask
                    134:    for support</a>.</p>
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