- por Usuario de Firefox 16543460, el hace 4 mesesSe valoró con 1 de 5This addon no longer works. After several months of use, the plugin scans the page but does not save the screenshot to a file. The problem also occurs with other users, which can be checked on the forum and unexpectedly, buying the pro version helps with this problem. It's over for me
- por DrClaw, el hace 4 mesesSe valoró con 5 de 5Great "NO BS" screenshot extension.
Very intuitive yet flexible interface. Not loaded with ads or bloat.
Default naming scheme is excellent for captures.
Been using FireShot for a little over a year now (2020) and it is one of my core extensions I add to my browser upon spinning up a new machine. Can't live without it.
For a free extension there is no comparison, IMO.
I don't write reviews normally but this one deserves one. Just hope it stays this way.
- por Usuario de Firefox 16203555, el hace 4 mesesSe valoró con 1 de 5I wanted to rate Fireshot zero stars. They seem to have upgraded it to a paid version. The program on Firefox is no longer functional as far as I know. I'm removing it now, tired of being prompted to buy it, frustrated that it no longer works...
Respuesta del desarrolladorpublicado el hace 4 mesesThank you for sharing your opinion. However, this store lists the free version, which does not have any limitations, just like the other reviews mention below.
- por Trikotator, el hace 4 mesesSe valoró con 5 de 5Rare to find feature: obstrusive floating stuff (like menus) doesn't show up in the screenshot, when the extension is forced to scroll - and it is capable of capturing a selected region that goes beyond the visible area! No other extension was able to perform this combination. With such elements you normally have to take a screenshot of the whole page and then crop it - in FireShot it's a hassle-free one-stepper.