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  1. nowadays flash is a must

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  2. Make a firefox extension so that we can make pdf without visiting the site each time.

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    Have a look at the bookmarklet on the home page at pdfmyurl.com.
    Drag the “pdfmyurl” bookmarklet to your bookmarks bar, and then surf with firefox to a site. One click on the bookmarklet, and the page your on downloads as a pdf. This also works for other popular browsers. Let us know if this is what your looking for.

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  4. i get a "content cannot be displayed because you must have cookies activated", on some websites.

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    Hi, thank you for adding some feedback!

    We were not aware of any sites displaying this. An example sites is very useful because an example will help in making a first step to trouble shooting.

    Could anyone provide us with an example?

  5. For sites I regularly want to visit in .pdf form, it would be great if I could specify the site in the url. For example, http://pdfmyurl.com&site=cnn.com would take me to the pdfurl.com page and immediately perform the conversion on cnn.com.

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    The syntax for what your looking for is:
    http://pdfmyurl.com?url=cnn.com

    Take a look at the advanced options by clicking on the advanced link on the home page.

    You might also want to drag the bookmarklet to your bookmarks bar, or in internet explorer you need to right click and add to your favorites.

    The bookmarklet is basically a script that does the above with one click.

    Let us know if this is what you are looking for?

  6. Make a Chrome Extension of PDFmyURL. One Click PDF'ing of the webpage you're on. Improved productivity and cuts out an extra step.

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    Have a look at the bookmarklet on the home page at pdfmyurl.com.
    Drag the “pdfmyurl” bookmarklet to your bookmarks bar, and then surf with chrome to a site. One click on the bookmarklet, and the page your on downloads as a pdf. This also works for other popular browsers. Let us know if this is what your looking for.

  7. When you pay for a license there should be a way of sending a parameter with the link to remove the logo.

    i.e

    <a href="http://pdfmyurl.com?url=www.mysite.co.uk/mypage.html&-O=Portrait&removelogo=true">this page as a pdf</a>

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    The personal license allows you to choose to use a logo or not. This works for any page you choose to pdf.

    The domain license allows you to manage settings for the logo for an entire domain, easy if you manage a site that you want to suppy pdf’ng solutions for.

    It sounds like you want a domain license, click on the domain license link to email us a request.

    Hope this helps, if not don’t hesitate to post a follow-up.

  8. It would be nice if the PDF could save web fonts properly

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  9. Most PDF files would look better with some light-colored boxes to fill in the space of missing Flash or other content that isn't rendered correctly.

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  10. I couldn't figure out how to set a custom-header because of its 2 parameters which I didn't know with which chracter I have to separate them.

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    Hi Thomas,

    Thanks for giving feedback!

    We’ve looked at the documentation in the advanced options section, and tried to improve on things, please take a look and see if this clarifies how to add an header.

    Does this syntax work for you:
    pdfmyurl.com/?url=google.com&—custom-header=X-Forwarded-For%200.0.0.0

    Does this help?

  11. 2 votes
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