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Grabbing screens and pulling images from the web just got a bit easier. With the Pixlr Grabber add-on, you can copy, save, share or even edit your final grabs – including any image or background – with just a right-click.
LightShot is an easy and convenient screenshot tool. Allows you to make screenshots of any selected area (video and flash too), edit and upload it to server. You just hit Lightshot icon on the toolbar or status bar, then select area you want to make a screenshot from and click ‘”Save” or “Upload to server”. In case of uploading you instantly get link to a screenshot you’ve just uploaded.
Capture & Print lets you print an area on a webpage easily. All you need to do is highlight an area and you are ready to go. There is no real simpler way to put this.
Awesome Screenshot is a great new Firefox add-on that makes capturing and annotating screenshots really easy. Once you install this fantastic new add-on (which requires no restart) you can write all the notes you need on a website screenshot and then either download it to your PC or upload to awesomescreenshot.com.
Taking a screenshot of the various web sites out there on the Web is usually done for a slew of reasons. Sometimes it is done to help you debug a web application, other times it might be done to show off a future design. No matter what your reason, I have six great Firefox add-ons that will make capturing an image of a web site a very easy thing to do.
Screenshot Pimp – Need a screen shot? Screenshot Pimp lets you easily save images of web pages with multiple options for selection, output destination, and image type.
Abduction! – Adds a right click option to take screenshots of an entire web page or just part of a web page to save as an image.
FireShot – This is a Firefox extension that creates screenshots of web pages (entirely or just visible part). Unlike other extensions, this plugin provides a set of editing and annotation tools.
Talon: Screen Capture & Aviary.com Quick Launch – Take screen shots and edit images directly from your browser with Aviary.com applications.
Snapper – This add-on allows users to designate an area of a web page for a focused snapshot, cutting out the additional work needed for cropping unnecessary information.
Screengrab – It will capture what you can see in the window, the entire page, just a selection, or a particular frame. You can then save the screen capture as a file or to the clipboard.
Have another favorite, or which of these tools have suited your needs the best? Be sure to let us know in the comments which one you like best.
I am always taking screenshots of this, that and the other for all the various writing projects I have going on the Web. For me, finding something that makes that job even a little ‘bit easier, is a great thing indeed. This is where the Pict Uploader comes into play.
This Firefox add-on integrates with your browser to provide a way to make screenshots with one click, and if you wish upload them to the Pict.com image hosting service.
Here are some of the other features Pict Uploader will provide:
- Capture screenshots of websites
- Capture screenshot of whole website
- Capture screenshot of visible area
- Capture screenshot of custom selected area
- Edit screenshots
- Save screenshots in jpg/png formats
Well worth trying out, especially if you do any daily screen captures. You can pick up the Pict Uploader on the Firefox add-ons web site.
With the economy taking a nose dive, people are looking for a way to save cash where ever they can find it. One good way would be to save on ink and paper for your printer by instead printing to PDF. That is only the start of it though. Here are six PDF power tools for the Firefox browser:
PDF Download – The most powerful of the bunch, PDF Download allows you to do just about anything imaginable. View PDFs in Firefox as HTML, automatically control how the browser handles the PDF format, and also convert any web page to a PDF you can save for later.
PrintPDF – Due to Apple people already having the “print to PDF” feature, this extension (which allows you to do just that) is for Windows and Linux users. Print any page to a PDF file, and save on some paper!
PDFescape Extension – Want to edit your PDF files from within the browser? PDFescape brings that functionality to Firefox. PDFescape enables you to open and edit PDF files & forms online.
LOOP to PDF for Firefox – Upload, convert and combine your files to PDF from a tidy toolbar, without the conversion getting in the way of your Web browsing. LOOP for Firefox allows you to convert and combine files to PDF with the click of a button.
pdfit – This oddly named add-on gives you the ability to convert the current page to an image or PDF formats. You can also apply some image filters, such as rotate or reflection, to give your conversion a little style.
Send to Google Docs – What does Google Docs have to do with PDF files? This extension for Firefox allows you to view web documents in Google Docs. It supports PDF files too. (as well as Microsoft Office and Open Office files)
Know of anymore PDF friendly alternatives for Firefox? How do you handle PDFs online these days?
It looks like Firefox has two new flaws that I think we should all be aware of. Both of them for the advanced Firefox user, might not be so hard to fall for – but for some others out there, it could be a real issue.
The first one, affects internal frames behavior and could help a malicious web site to spoof another one or capture key presses.
As the old game show host might say, that’s not all! You also get…
The second vulnerability, overrides the timeout Firefox sets for installing extensions and downloading files and could lead to a user inadvertently downloading a malicious file or program.
You can read more about the flaws at MozillaLinks.org.