Be careful with old versions!
These versions are displayed for reference and testing purposes. You should always use the latest version of an add-on.
Fixed background colour still inconsistent (now always set to white).
Fixed copy window still showing when Java is not enabled (no one seemed to notice this one...)
If Screengrab detects these versions of Java while trying to take a capture it will act as though Java is disabled and will not attempt any special handling of Applets or Flash. This is not the case on Linux (tested on Ubuntu), where these versions of Java seem to work fine.
To reliably capture Java applets and Flash, you will need to upgrade to Java 6u12 (or downgrade to a version before 6u10).
This fix should also resolve issues where the pink highlight occasionally appears in the grab of an Applet.
Fixed a stupid bug where I was calling a method that doesn't exist.
Fixed some SecurityException problems (I hope - feedback on this would be good). Fixed problems with context menu obscuring view in some Linux variants (I hope). Made my update rdf actually work (I think)
Added locale and Frames support. Moved 3 context menu options into a ScreenGrab! menu.
Please try saving your gmail account as an image. It SHOULD work now. :)
The code now explicitly calls scrollTo and then waits for a while before taking the screenshot. Java was taking the shot before the page had actually moved, causing some seriously bad images.
Still don't know whether this works on any Unixes. Might try at work on Monday...