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I wonder how I can print a web page as pdf with linkable URLs. What I need is to ,for example, print a wikipedia.org page as pdf and be able click the links from this pdf file. When I use cups-pdf printer in my ubuntu 8.04, I can't click the links. I see their text underlined,but they are not containing any URL any more. The only URL which works is at the right top of the pdf file. It directs me to the source of the web page.
Thank you for your time. I've just tried chakka.lokesh's suggestion. It actually works as I wanted,but unfortunately it needs to connect to another web site to convert the page to a pdf,kinda slow for me.
Anyways, it does what I want. I will be looking for another solution when I have time.
Originally Posted by billymayday
I'm afraid I don't have a better solution for you.