PageBookmarks project is a Firefox extension for Mozilla's context menu. It saves scroll positions of the page (document) that is currently being viewed in browser. Later, when opening that document, you can scroll quickly to the one of previously saved positions. It can be useful if a document is a 300K plain text file.
The structure of the context menu is similar to the browser's "Bookmarks" menu, i.e. you can create folders and plain bookmarks. Each folder submenu has two menu items for creating a new bookmark (like 'Add page here...' menu item in the Opera browser), and a new folder. Supported protocols are: "file:", "http:", "https:", "ftp:", "chrome:", "news:".
· Mozilla Firefox
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· Added: option to save scrollable HTML elements. Those are elements with "overflow" CSS property set to "auto" or "scroll". This can be useful on pages that don't use "natural" scrolling. An example of such a page is MSDN library.