Question How so you save a thread to a pdf to read later?
2014-04-28, 05:43 AM,
#1
Some of the threads i really like id like to save the whole thread to read later and i cant rem how i use to do that anyone have a clue?
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2014-04-28, 06:03 AM,
#2
Why in pdf? Use ctrl-S and save it on desktop. You will get browser .htm file and you can open thread when ever you want. Hope this helps.
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wackiin(2014-04-28 06:13 AM) 
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2014-04-28, 06:14 AM,
#3
Will that save the whole thread if its more then 1 page? or you have to do it for all the pages
Ill try and see what happens.

I wanted the pdf because other threads ive liked in the past where deleted and never had a chance to finish reading some of the useful info
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2014-04-28, 06:30 AM,
#4
I don't know about offline viewing, but you could just simply reply to the thread and then go to 'View My Posts' later and then view the thread again, that's all I can think of right now.
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wackiin(2014-04-28 06:37 AM) 
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2014-04-28, 06:38 AM,
#5
True i could unless they get removed for one reason are the other lol
its all good ill have to it to hard way and save the page until i rem


(2014-04-28, 06:30 AM)caesar Wrote: I don't know about offline viewing, but you could just simply reply to the thread and then go to 'View My Posts' later and then view the thread again, that's all I can think of right now.
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2014-04-28, 06:52 AM, (This post was last modified: 2014-04-28, 06:53 AM by Ripko.)
#6
I think that it will save all posts and pages. I do it all time when i find something interesting. You can make folder on your desktop and in that main folder you create sub-folders with thread names.
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wackiin(2014-04-28 06:56 AM) 
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