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One of the things I like about iOS Safari is that if I go to a web page, switch to reader mode, and then email that page, the email body will automatically contain the full text of the page, without the recipient having to click the link.

Is there a way to do this in any desktop (Windows 10) browser?
 

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In any browser you could just take a screenshot and paste in an Email.
 

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In any browser you could just take a screenshot and paste in an Email.
I guess. That's a bit more work and I was just wondering if there was any browser or perhaps extension that did it the way Safari did it.

Thanks.
 

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A second to what @SpywareDr has mentioned.

Even Chrome has a hidden "experimental" reader mode (and Brave does, too). In either of these browsers, if you open the flags page, chrome://flags or brave://flags, you'll find the flag for enabling reader mode.

I work with blind and visually-impaired clients and they have very frequent need of reader mode to get rid of all the extraneous garbage. It does work. How to invoke it is also mentioned on the flags pages.
 
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