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themememe
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Hey,

I’m wondering how you take full length screenshots of your WordPress themes when they have features like sticky nav bars or ‘back to top’ buttons. Because when I try and take screenshots of such themes they don’t like right, but I know there must be a way…

So how do you guys do it?

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miseld
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You can try this

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athemez
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I can’t get Sciweavers to work at all (it’s outputting blank pages) and Awesome Screenshot is good but it doesn’t deal well with parallax effects.

Say you were trying to take a full screen capture of this theme, for example. How would you do that?

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pixel-industry
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You can use snapshot in Chrome…

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martinjamez
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install maxthon browser, it have the option to save page as image and you will get the whole page like a screenshot

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OriginalEXE
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I can’t get Sciweavers to work at all (it’s outputting blank pages) and Awesome Screenshot is good but it doesn’t deal well with parallax effects. Say you were trying to take a full screen capture of this theme, for example. How would you do that?

If you need it: http://i.imgur.com/jSh8zIB.jpg

Created with Chrome + Screen capture (by Google) + GIMP to fix last parallax section.

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athemez
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Thanks Original. What did you do in GIMP to fix it? I have Photoshop but I assume the process would be the same.

I still reckon there’s a screenshot tool out there somewhere that can cope with parallax! If anyone knows of one, please post.

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Thanks Original. What did you do in GIMP to fix it? I have Photoshop but I assume the process would be the same. I still reckon there’s a screenshot tool out there somewhere that can cope with parallax! If anyone knows of one, please post.
Well the issue here was not with the tool. Even if I scroll manually, this issue happens with last parallax image (it’s edge shows up too soon).

I just injected some custom css to fix that, took a snipp with desktop screenshot tool and pasted that over original part in GIMP.

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dedalx
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If you have Mac I recommend you Paparazzi. This is amazing application to take screenshots with different resolutions: http://derailer.org/paparazzi/
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