[Project_owners] Page snapshot
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Fri May 7 15:04:17 EDT 2004
Justin Wood wrote:
> Brian King wrote:
>> On 7.5.2004 17:21, Philip Mateescu wrote:
>>> Sorry if this is not the proper place to ask such a question, but
>>> being new I hope you'll forgive me.
>>> I'd like to know if it's possible to "take a snapshot" of a page. I
>>> don't even know how to explain it, but I'd like something that's the
>>> equivalent of taking a screen-shot of the (visible) document area...
>>> Is there anything is Mozilla spotting such a feature?
>> Not yet. There was a project underway, but it is stalled currently:
> I'm not sure what OS you have Philip, but I know on windows (98+ ?)
> you can press "print screen" on the keyboard, which will save the
> visible screen stuff into the clipboard, all you need to do is open MS
> Paint (or any other graphics program) and Edit->Paste
> You'll get the full screenshot.
> I'm not sure of any similar functions in Mac or Linux though.
> ~Justin Wood
On Mac you just press command+shift+4 and drag the cursor over the area
you want to take a shot of and it saves a file to the desktop. Or 3 for
fullscreen and for a window use the spacebar as well.
On Linux, there's probably a bunch of different screenshot programs I
don't know of.
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