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Many times I would like to print as pdf some web-pages with URL-weblinks (like news with source/reference-url-links, lists of usefull sites/software with url-links to site/software home pages etc) - but with pdfcreator I can't print webpage into pdf that would include those url-links (it just makes them underlined text, without url-link, in pdf).
I have noticed that nearly all those non-free pdf-printer-utilities can detect and include url-web-links in pdf, like for example this
(in feature comparison list of free and non-free version 8th from the end - thus that free-dopdf is worse than pdfcreator)
It has been explained earlier by pdfforge that it is not possible to include url-links in pdf, but then how those non-free pdf-printer-utility -versions can do it, to include urls ? That woud be really great feature to have in pdfcreator too.
only fully written out URLs (like the one you provided above) are recognized and clickable in PDFs created by the PDFCreator, I just tested it by creating a pdf of this page and clicking on the link you provided. It is probably some security setting in your PDF viewer which prevents you from clicking the links.