Отлично Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Очень полезный и удобный инструмент.
One of the best FireFox plugins Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This is a great tool and once I used it, I stopped using other plugins that perform similar functionalty.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
extremely useful! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Nice and light weight tool Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Satisfied with it and it does its job very nicely without affecting speed of browser
Not Compatible with Firefox 54 Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I love this addon as it works better and more accurately than others I've tried. Needless to say that I'm bummed that it won't work on Firefox 54. Hopefully there's a chance for a fix?
Thank you for your review. FireShot on AMO is available only for the Released versions of Firefox. You can try FireShot Pro for early betas and alpha versions.
very useful Rated 5 out of 5 stars
For me the ultimate tool for full web page screenshots!
Perfect. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Used that extension on Opera.
Moved to Firefox (ESR 52, atm) due to Opera's drop of NPAPI.
Was super happy when I found that Firefox has that extension too. =)
Works like a charm. Fast and accurate.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
FireShot save me from XPS, PDF hell. Thank you very much!
Not working with FF 53.0 Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Just updated today to Firefox 53.0 and this add-on has been disabled...
Can you please fix... thank you
I find it (mostly) extremely useful. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The (mostly) is due to running into a brick wall with embedded medical reports in my patient portals. It captures the whole page... but not the reports in the page. I had to jump through other hoops to snag and convert them. (Annoying, because some of the reports lack the center letterheads which I wanted, and sometimes needed on them, and if they were screenshot with the whole embedded report displaying in full, that would be attached. Praises be to Athena, creative and wise that she is, that Photoshop and I are besties.)
But other than that, it does what it says on the tin. Does it have far more functionality as a paid version? Just eyeballing all the options hanging out of reach like a carrot, it's clear that it does. But having to retire from nursing at the ripe old age of my late thirties due to metastatic cancer and go on disability, the cost of the pro keeps it off any sort of 'plan to purchase list' (although I do have the developer on a 'plan to donate' list once I'm caught up on Christmas credit bills. And a Sideshow Collectable doll I dearly want. I'm a proper geek.)
The things it can't do in the free version, you can do in just MS Paint easily enough (is there a Mac type of program like this?) And the free version still does the basic requirements to be properly useful and not clunky. If your income bracket can't justify the price tag of pro, like with me, find a way to handle the rest of what you need done with other programs available (MS Paint, like I said, or GIMP) and donate five or ten USD when you can once in a while. (Honestly, if that suggestion sounds too clunky to you, then use the free, and 'donate' into a savings once in a while until you have 'donated' the amount needed to buy the pro. Win-win.)
I am keeping this add-on until when/if it goes bonkers and dies like add-ons sometimes are wont to do. Please don't let this one pass on. It is one of my preciousssss. I wants it, the precioussss.
Very usefull Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The best screenshoter.
Annotations doesn't work in FF 52+ ? Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Great addon, was using it since 2012. But latest version for FF 52+ doesn't let me edit/add annotations - only save screenshot functiuons are available :(
Please add editor support for FF 52+ as it was before. Thanks.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
So far my go to for screenshots Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I used another screenshot editor but once they updated they ruined it, I tried 9 other SE's but this is the one that works for me. Even if my old SE gets it together and fixes it I'm staying with FireShot. I haven't found any cons yet once I learned how to use it, it has been nothing but easy peasy. Thank you to the developers!
Quality of image could be better Rated 2 out of 5 stars
I can't honestly say that I am that impressed with this extension, the quality of the image created is very low and there is no option to increase it. All in all a little disappointed.
Fireshot beta working w/ 64-bit FF - some minor glitches/nags Rated 5 out of 5 stars
First off, I love this add-on. Paid $40 to support the author. Works great with Chrome and Firefox. Truly captures websites screen-by-screen as they actually appear. No more saving offline copies that look like a mess. No more broken HTML/CSS saves. This thing works!
The Chrome version of Fireshot creates clickable embedded links, which is awesome and unfortunately doesn't appear to be the case with Firefox (probably a Firefox limitation). The beta Firefox version is a little glitchy and disables the use of CTL-D for bookmarking sites (might be a hotkey clash). Occasionally the Firefox version captures anomalies (pieces of other windows, etc.) due to the screen capture method used. Fireshot beta also detects other apps like Excel and can run on top of them, allowing it to 'integrate' with them. I personally prefer to disable that feature.
For the best results, I recommend using the Chrome version, since the links are saved and the rendering is more efficient than the Firefox version. But the Firefox version is still very good and worth buying. All of the versions are included in the single purchase of Fireshot.
Fireshot Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Does what it says it will do. I use it mostly for recording transactions. Don't know what I'd do without it.
Reccommended Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Simple to use, rich in options, a must have.
Fireshot supported by FIrefox 52.0 again Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Thank you very much for making Fireshot available for version 52.0 :-)
Fireshot review Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Excellent add on- works very well. Would actually purchase pro version and give 5 stars if had firefox 64bit support. But alas- and this app is the only reason I still run firefox x86