- door Trikotator, 4 maanden geledenWaardering: 5 van 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.
- door Nogah7, 4 maanden geledenWaardering: 5 van 5This can make PDFs of pages (a bit slow), it keeps the hyperlinks intact but is NOT text-searchable. Perhaps text-searchable files can be made through premium but I have not tested this function. Would be nice to get a couple PDFs through this add-on to test.
- door dxdt, 4 maanden geledenWaardering: 5 van 5I'm using the free version on a 2015 iMAC with Mojave. It generally provides a result that accurately reproduces how the page looks in the browser. It is better at doing this than the native print-to-pdf capabilities of the MacOS/Firefox combo. It's at least as good as any other plugin of this kind that I have tried, on any browser on this same computer. The plug-in has sustained this level of functionality for several years -- I think I first started using it in 2016. Best feature other than the fact that it works is that you can customize file names, including using sequential numbers within filenames (e.g.: [today'sdate]+[domainname]+[n], then [today'sdate]+[domainname]+[n+1]). This allows you to skip the Save-As dialog (using another preference option) most of the time. Every once in a while I run into a page with weird scripting or multimedia elements which this plug-in can't reproduce accurately. Usually I'll find that the same page causes problems with all the tools available to me; but sometimes one of the others will work better. No tool works on everything. Very long scrolling pages (e.g., several months of a Facebook newsfeed) can take a long time, may temporarily use a lot of RAM, and Firefox may throw up error messages which I ignore. Usually I can keep doing other things, and the end result is usually a good reproduction of that very long page. Every once in a while I ask too much and have to abort through firefox, or restart firefox.
- door normal user, 5 maanden geledenWaardering: 3 van 5Recently, about the new update version. It pops up the "Please wait: creating..." in the center of the PC screen is annoying. I suggest it can
popup in the center of the Firefox windows that is saving the screenshots and not appear at the center of the LCD screen. Because I have moved the firefox to the right side of the screen to use. And the left side of the screen is doing only video stream recording.