Avaliado em 4,6 de 5
4,6 de 5 estrelas
por Usuário 15256647 do Firefox, há um ano
Avaliado em 5 de 5
I use this all the time because pages are not always there when you come back. I love that I can grab the page and keep it for as long as I want and it's always available.
- por droxy, há um diaAvaliado em 5 de 5I don't know why the extensions that have 'recommend' next to the name never seem to be the ones I would recommend. I do recommend this one. It is a simple one-click but with options & works superbly/looks great. Captures everything you need to easily edit afterwards.
- por karlbo, há 4 diasAvaliado em 5 de 5Hey! I really like and recommend "this- add.on, app". Just what I and many others need. have got several of my friends to use it and other products from you. With kind regards from a satisfied user .. Karl-Bo Lundstedt
- por lesefreudig, há 5 diasAvaliado em 1 de 5The addon doesn't work.
My Screenshots are empty. @susbox: You can try it with this side:
- por Usuário 16313847 do Firefox, há 7 diasAvaliado em 5 de 5Fantastic screenshot extension. I *love* the ability to copy the screenshot to the clipboard - I use it all the time. Thank you for the great extension!
- por Usuário 16298092 do Firefox, há 14 diasAvaliado em 3 de 5Web applications for documentation purposes are shoted quite poorly. Side menu disappears, and header repetes covering vital parts of scrolable document.
- por BigThunder1, há 21 diasAvaliado em 4 de 5Full Web Page Screenshots Add-0n -- FINALLY... a capture Add-on that actually works! I learned that Moz has blocked scripts accessing the Add-ons page amongst others which has prevented saving them as full webpages etc.
I did get PicPick to capture separate visible parts of the Add-ons page so I can stitch together a list of installed Add-ons.
There used to be an excellent Add-0n (B4 Moz fudged things up with web-api's) called "Infolister" that did this. But alas, that developer jumped the Mozilla ship along with 1000's of others.
This Add-on isn't perfect, but at least it works for the most part and will allow me to do what I need to do.
I remember a FireShot Add-on years ago that would archive everything relative to Ff; Profile folder, Add-ons, Ff settings, Bookmarks, Current Webpages/tabs etc etc. Wonder if this is the same developer and what happened to that Add-on. It had a few bugs here and there, but it did a fine job for what it was designed to do.