relief Rated 5 out of 5 stars

To take a FireShot of an entire webpage, i.e., to save its image in your clipboard, it takes a couple of easy clicks. It takes more than one click because there are a couple of options of what you can do.

Also, selecting a portion of the screen is easy.

One option is to immediately open the new image in your image-editing program. For me, it's opening in Paint. I also have antiquated MS Photoed, which I confess to loving, but there doesn't appear to be a way to change FireShot's choice of which image-editing software it will open.

Regardless, now I have to be careful, or else I'm going to start annoying everyone in my address book with FireShots of my browsing activities.

I'm getting all frustrated because I have a real long webpage that shows data about a satellite that's going to go overhead, here, tomorrow, and I can't attach it to this review. Auggh!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.98.45).