Rated 1 out of 5by timezone, 2 years ago
When you screenshot an entire webpage that is an e-mail you end up with a series of screenshots each containing a part of the entire webpage but with the webpage frame surrounding each one. This is unusable.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 15223049, 3 days agoIt is the best Screenshot-tool that can create PDF's I know, and I know them all because I check every Plugin. Why I check every other Plugin? FireShot has one issue, I can't afford it, not eve the discounted offers. This Plugin is worth to be paid, but I could AND would imagine that a much lower rate would lead, in the end/or over all, to a much higher income (ROI?) than the current payment model with its high rates, because many users outside the G20-nations would consider spending 5 or max $10 for this gem but over $30 for a user who earns $100/month is far out of reach.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 11968036, 5 days agoIt is a very good tool, fast and easy to use, the only detail I would like to improve, is that when it is saved in PDF, it is only an image and there is no way to edit the file.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 15776004, 9 days agoNever a problem using the app, the firefox screen capture is shame, FIRESHOT IS VERY GOOD I would like a version of Fireshot available for the use out of browser.
- Rated 1 out of 5by BlackDog, 13 days agoDie neue Version 1.11.25 funktioniert nur wenn ich cookies zulasse.
Ohne cookies passiert gar nichts, ausser das der balken bei "hör auf zu erfassen" keinen fortschritt anzeigt wenn man es beenden möchte.
Die alte Version 1.11.18 und auch alle anderen versionen davor haben problemlos ohne cookie zulassen funktioniert.
The new version 1.11.25 only works if I allow cookies.
Nothing happens without cookies, except that the bar at "stop capturing" does not show any progress when you want to stop it.
The old version 1.11.18 and all other versions before that worked without allowing cookies.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Tomi Antenna, a month agoAmazing tool to document and save stuff from the Internet in the only 100% reliable way I know of: to download a "physical" copy to your harddrive and keep it organized yourself, instead of relying on a hundred different software candies that just make your life even more cluttered up.
When I research things online and find an answer, I want that answer catalogued and securely stored in a folder called "Answers", which I know to look through often to get moving on the projects those answers were meant to expedite.
This addon does that for me, and to me personally, that is invaluable.