- by perphhh, a month agoRated 5 out of 5I really like FireShot, simply due to the fact that it's reliable and it doesn't capture the annoying overflows that some webpages might have. As a frontend-dev I can snap a screenshot with FireShot and send it over to a friend without having to explain the "random white bars". I can only recommend this extension!
And this is only for the regular version. Maybe one day I'll have enough money to spend it on the Pro version to be amazed even more.
Keep up the good work, guys 'n girls!
- by AgtShadow, a month agoRated 5 out of 5This tool is vital for proper screenshots of web pages and web applications. I develop/design webpages and web apps mostly in React.js, and the built-in screenshot function of Firefox simply does not work with React.js. It only captures what is loaded on the first section of the screen. This tool actually goes through the entire page and then screenshots it. I love it, 5 starts for sure, and I have donated what I can as well.
- by Firefox user 13296443, 2 months agoRated 1 out of 5It used to work perfectly. Since lsat week, however, I am unable to save anything more than an image of the one visible screen, regardless of what menu option I select.
It will no longer save longer pages, or save text in a form that I can OCR.
Is there a help feature?
- by Firefox user 16940020, 2 months agoRated 4 out of 5best screenshot add-on I've tried so far! Having trouble getting the additional features after buying a subscription, but that's probably because I'm not the most tech-savvy.