Opera 10.5+ scrolling snapshot tool

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  1. bman412

    bman412 Registered Member

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    Up until opera 10.10, I was using faststone capture to screengrab scrolling webpages for later viewing but after upgrading to 10.5 and now 10.60, it seems faststone isn't able to do so anymore. Can anyone point me to an app that captures rolling windows and works with opera 10.50 onwards?
     
  2. swami

    swami Registered Member

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    FS capture 6.5 works all right with Opera 10.60.
     
  3. iravgupta

    iravgupta Registered Member

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    Same here. Works fine.
     
  4. bman412

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    Forgot to indicate I'm using the last freebie one on win7 x64. I guess I'll just have to open the page in IE to get the screengrab.
     
  5. iravgupta

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    BTW, if you ever decide to purchase a screen-grab tool, consider WinSnap. Its simply the best, lightweight app. The amount of effort the author has put in to get best Windows Aero screen-grabs possible is amazing. I regret purchasing FastStone since its development seems to be stalled.
     
  6. Zeena

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    Hi :)

    Perhaps I'm missing something here ( Maybe you're not talking about what I'm thinking about ) o_O

    But what about the Microsoft.. Snipping Tool ?

    Preinstalled in Vista Home Premium - & - I'm sure W7 probably has it too :doubt:

    Doesn't care what browser you're using - & - You can take a screen snip of anything :cool:

    Zeena
     
  7. iravgupta

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    He was referring to a functionality which lets you capture the entire webpage in a single screenshot, as opposed to only capturing the visible area. This is something Snipping Tool is not able to achieve, among other things.
     
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