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campolar
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I found a solution to this answer, and thought i’d share it :D

Here’s the post from my blog :)

As a web-designer, I’ve always had to deal with extra work when i wanted to screenshot a webpage design. I used to do it manually, taking bit by bit the visible portion and then joining them together. It used to be a real headache! So i did a bit of googling and came across a really good firefox add-on.

It’s a firefox add-on called Screengrab. It can screenshot the visible portion, the entire page, or only a selection. The same can also be applied for adding it to the clipboard. I highly recommend you get it if you wanna make grabbing a screenshot of your webpage easier, be it for a client or for ThemeForest ;)

Visit Screengrab’s Homepage
Visit Screengrab on Mozilla Add-Ons

Enjoy!

~ campolar

PS: My blog ain’t so popular so please comment and retweet/digg my post if you like it :D Thanks!

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campolar
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PS: If you have a large resolution, and want the screenshot at a smaller resolution, use the “Resize” feature in Firefox’s “Web Developer” toolbar :) (i have a custom size of 1024×768 pixels added.)

And i forgot the link to my blog post :O: [removed]

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iKreateIt
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If I may chime in: for the Mac users out there, there is a neat app called LittleSnapper that can do that and much more as well. It has great features when it comes to annotating screen shots (or images of any kind) and it has an in-build browser that allows you to capture websites in full or just parts. Just yesterday, I managed to snapshot 40 pages of a client website (which is going to be redesigned) and it only took me a few minutes.

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Pixelworkshop
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Personally I use fireshot (with FF) but there are other plugins available :) There’s also Viewlikeus for people who don’t have high resolution

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readactor
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WebKut – is an AIR application

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Bruno_V
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Personally I use fireshot (with FF) but there are other plugins available :) There’s also Viewlikeus for people who don’t have high resolution

Thank you for that link :)

I also use fireshot to take screenshots and the web developer toolbar to check different resolutions but it’s nice to see it without making your browser so small lol

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Envato team
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Personally I use fireshot (with FF) but there are other plugins available :) There’s also Viewlikeus for people who don’t have high resolution

I’m a fireshot user as well, it has been buggy in the past but I haven’t had problems lately…

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Pixelworkshop
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Question for windows users : does anybody know how to test a site in Mac browsers ? Because when I use Ubuntu, the result is a slightly different even if it’s the same version of Firefox (3.6). So I’d like to see my work like a Mac user. Thanks for any help !

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readactor
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Question for windows users : does anybody know how to test a site in Mac browsers ?

browserlab.adobe.com

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CreativeMilk
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Self promotion :P

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