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1000 heads, my illustration book

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The Screen Grab! Extension

I have been using an incredibly useful extension for Firefox, Screengrab , which saves entire webpages as images in PNG format. Just install it, make sure Java is configured (Java absolutely necessary), and right-click on a page. You can save the entire page as an image (it scrolls around the page taking shots and stitches it together), just the visible portion, or the browser window. Awesome, ultra-simple and incredibly effective.

If you are going to prepare a bunch of screenshots from complete web pages, like I’ve been doing myself lately, this extension will definitely save you lots of time.

1 comment:

Joan M. Mas said...

I’ve just heard about a standalone, no-install utility called url2bmp, which does the same trick: it will convert the url you type to a bmp file, ready to use.(via Tinyapps.org)


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