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Simple user interface, but does not always work for pages using Flash. Also sometimes seems to cause some shortcut combinations to stop working, and instead takes a screen shot (like Ctrl+C). Off-course this might be caused by interactions with other Addons. I miss Screengrab. (Review for FF 8.0)
Thanks for your feedback. Please let us know which Flash pages are not captured (we know Page Saver is not perfect in this area). Also, keyboard shortcut problems can be solved by restarting Firefox one time after you modify the keyboard shortcut settings within the Page Saver options.
works very good, inclusive Flash
It does *NOT* get flash. I am using FF6 in Ubuntu 11.04;
I did not like this add-on.
Thank you for trying Page Saver. I am sorry you did not like it. Regarding the Flash capture issue, people have sometimes encountered problems with a specific web site or Linux distribution. If you email more information to firstname.lastname@example.org, we will be glad to debug the problem.
(I hope you can translate my English reply). I am sorry that Page Saver is not working for you. Page Saver relies on an image capture subsystem that is built into Firefox. We recently learned that there is a bug in Firefox 4 and later which affects Firefox on Windows with certain graphics cards. It is probably the cause of the "out of memory" problem that you encountered. Look here for technical details:
"HTML5 Canvas slow/out of memory on Win7/64Bit"
Unfortunately, the only work around we know of is to disable hardware acceleration in Firefox. Follow these steps to do that:
1) Open the Firefox options and view the Advanced panel.
2) Within the General tab (Browsing section), uncheck the Firefox option named "Use hardware acceleration when available".
This bug will be fixed in an upcoming Firefox release (probably in Firefox 8).
I gotta tell you.. this is the bee's knee's
Unlike Fireshot this tool does not have edit capabilities to annotate captures, even crop is only available on paid version. Otherwise it seems to work and has command line access, which is great, but no real cause to bad-mouth Fireshot. Unfortunately not all posters have mature perspective.I've given it four stars because although it's good at what it attempts to do, it doesn't measure up with the features when compared to Fireshot. Fireshot deserves five.
"The other guys" crowded my taskbar with buttons I never needed.
"The other guys" stopped working at all, last week.
"The other guys" found themselves without a job today.
Thank you for Page Saver Basic. Quieter, free, and IT WORKS!
Hi guys is weird bu im getting a strange message, something like "You dont have enough memory". I got 6GB RAM, 1GB VM, an a quad core procesor :/
We are aware of the "out of memory" problem that some people are experiencing on certain web pages, but we have not yet been able to reproduce the problem ourselves or determine the cause. Please help us by submitting detailed information via our feedback page (http://pearlcrescent.com/products/pagesaver/feedback.html) such as the version of Firefox you are using, your OS platform, and the URL of one or more pages where the problem occurs. Thank you!
Great piece of software, screencapped a 1263x17214 pixel webpage for me, easy to use and well-presented, does exactly what is required of it.
Perfect. Works as described, and well.
Had a look around 2 or 3 other full web-page capture tools - 2 Firefox addons (Screen Capture Elite and ScreenGrab) - only to find the features and ease of use get better and simpler as I tried all three addons.
With PCPSB I'm setup to one-click save a full site grab in a jpeg at my choice of compression, my choice of filename in a pre-set folder.
The perfect tool to capture design ideas and inspiration for resource.
Command line is very useful.
Everything fits me except a error message when try to save a large page (~4000px+)
[Exception... "Component returned failure code: 0x80004005 (NS_ERROR_FAILURE) [nsIDOMHTMLCanvasElement.toDataURL]" nsresult: "0x80004005 (NS_ERROR_FAILURE)" location: "JS frame :: chrome://pagesaver/content/util.js :: :: line 425" data: no]
I like it.Very good
What time will the software update? Thanks you!
It doesn't fail with huge pages, and it managed to save a 32,000 long png, too bad that for some "size limits" by Firefox the image was in fact empty (background only after some dozens of lines). At least there's a nice error message.
It does what you want it to do, without a lot of fluff and complexity. So far this is the only screengrabber I have come across that can capture also the invisible portion of a web-page, the part that you have to scroll to see.
PCPSB is simply the best screen capture add-on I've used with Firefox. It is more feature-rich than Screengrab and nowhere near as annoying as FireShot. PCPSB is my "go-to" program when I want to capture a page in Firefox. I highly recommend it to everyone.
works very well, very useful. Minor request: the file name pattern is very useful, but it would be an improvement if there were some more option, for example the month could be written as a word as well as a number - as it is % d %m %Y = 18 08 2010 when sometimes I want to 18 Aug 2010. A minor thing but saves a few seconds for each image.
Good, stable and problem-free add-on. I have used it for years.
This is your typical "web browser" based screen-shot software, with the exception of one or two differences. One of them being the ability to capture "flash" content. While this is feature isn't revolutionary, it does offer a slight advantage over the rest of the competition. I haven't encountered any crashes or bugs using it yet on Firefox 3.6.3, so that makes it a winner in my book.