Hi flingwing. Did you ever get the "Work offline" problem solved? I dread seeing you posting in this Browser forum, 'cause I could never help with that,
About this "View as HTML". I must admit I am a bit stumped as I have not heard of this term before, except in emails, so can you give some more information?
You mentioned "slow-loading PDF files". What does that mean, PDF files downloading from a web page into your browser, or downloading PDF files to your hard drive?
You also mentioned DOC formats as HTML. I would normally use Microsoft word to open .doc or Word 2007 for the following formats if they are Word 2007 files;
.docx A standard Word document with no macros or code
.dotx A Word template with no macros or code
.docm A Word document that could contain macros or code
.dotm A Word template that could contain macros or code
I wonder what happened to my ?View as HTML? function in Firefox? Starting a few weeks ago, I noticed that whenever I tried to view slow-loading documents in PDF or, say, DOC formats as HTML, the documents appeared in *one-point-sized* fonts. All pages are too small to read.
It may not be directly Firefox?s fault because this error started even before I upgraded the other day to FF 3.6.2 from the previous version.
So what do you think it could it be? Some setting in my computer gone wild? Previously, ?View as HTML? always worked flawlessly, letting me see any document quickly to decide if it was worth opening or downloading. Thanks for any advice.