Annotation of maf/www/screenshots.html, revision 1.9

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1.7       pamadini    2: <div class="maf-column-contents">
                      3:   <h2 class="page-header">Screenshots</h2>
1.1       david       4: 
1.8       pamadini    5:   <h3>Saving archives</h3>
                      6:   <img src="images/saveExample.png" alt="">
                      7:   <p>Saving multiple pages in a single file is fast and easy, using MAF with
                      8:    Multiple Tab Handler.<p>
                      9:   <hr>
                     10:   <img src="images/saveAsDialog.png" alt="">
                     11:   <p>You can save both MAFF and MHTML archives.<p>
                     12:   <hr>
                     13:   <img src="images/multiSaveDialog.png" alt="">
                     14:   <p>Even without Multiple Tab Handler you can select which tabs to save from
                     15:    a handy selection window.<p>
                     16:   <hr>
                     17: 
                     18:   <h3>Viewing archives</h3>
                     19:   <img src="images/viewArchive.png" alt="">
                     20:   <p>You can open archives like any other type of saved page. The name of the
                     21:    archive appears in the location bar. All the images in the page are saved
                     22:    correctly, thanks to the integrated Save Complete extension.</p>
                     23:   <hr>
                     24: 
                     25:   <h3>Viewing information about archive contents</h3>
1.9     ! pamadini   26:   <img src="images/archivesDialog.png" alt="">
        !            27:   <p>The <i>Archives</i> dialog lets you view information about the archives
        !            28:    that you opened in this session.</p>
1.8       pamadini   29:   <hr>
                     30: 
                     31:   <h3>Customizing the look and feel</h3>
                     32:   <img src="images/toolsMenu.png" alt="">
                     33:   <p>By default MAF is integrated with the standard <i>Save As</i> dialog, and
                     34:    additional commands are available from the Tools menu.</p>
                     35:   <hr>
                     36:   <img src="images/prefsDialog-paneInterface.png" alt="">
                     37:   <p>You can place the MAF menu items where you feel comfortable, and hide
                     38:    them if you don't need them.</p>
1.7       pamadini   39: </div>

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