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How To: get a full webpage screenshot in Firefox

Discussion in 'Ask the Meister' started by maxd, May 9, 2017.

    May 9, 2017
  1. maxd

    maxd Complaints (PAB) Manager Staff Member

    Occupation:
    The PAB Guy
    Location:
    Saltirelandia
    Just discovered this, thought it might be useful to others. FWIW I'm using FF 53.0 but I believe this feature has been around for years.

    So, I was looking at a Terms page today, more than four full screens worth of text. Didn't want to be taking individual shots of each page so ... how to do it in one go?

    Turns out FF has this built in:
    • Shift-F2 will give you FF's CLI (Command Line Interface) at the bottom of your FF window, has a ">>" prompt.
    • type the command "screenshot --fullpage name-of-your-file.png" without the quotes (obviously).
    • hit Enter. You'll get a shutter snap sound.
    • Bob's your uncle! You have name-of-your-file.png sitting in your Downloads folder and it is indeed the full web page.
    • to make CLI go away hit Shift-F2 again or click the little "x" on the far right of the CLI.

    Enjoy!

    You can find the original of these instructions at You must register/login in order to see the link.. My understanding is that this feature is applicable to all FF installations, not just on linux.
     
  2. May 9, 2017
  3. Casinomeister

    Casinomeister Forum Cheermeister Staff Member

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    Bierland
    Hey, that's awesome for the 15 of us who still use FF. :D
     
  4. May 9, 2017
  5. Nicola

    Nicola Casino Affiliate MM mm1 webmeister

    Occupation:
    Web Developer
    Location:
    Green Park, London
    Firefox used to be my favourite browser but have noticed over the past few months less and less sites render correctly.

    For example, BGO Casino loads a blank page and many sites like Codeta complain about invalid SSL certificates.

    Apparently 'Vivaldi' is the future :eek2:
     
  6. May 9, 2017
  7. maxd

    maxd Complaints (PAB) Manager Staff Member

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    The PAB Guy
    Location:
    Saltirelandia
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    :p
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  8. May 10, 2017
  9. ternur

    ternur A damn fine cup of coffee CAG webby mm3

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    Finland
    I still use FF because I can control its behaviour. Its not the fastest browser and seems to be getting a bit bloated. Still love it and have been using FF/Netscape Navigator (!) over 20 years. At least I stopped using Pine as my email client. :rolleyes:

    Sadly most browser based casinos you need to use Chrome to get the games play smoothly.
     
    Last edited: May 10, 2017
  10. May 11, 2017
  11. Codeta CS

    Codeta CS Accredited Casino Representative

    Occupation:
    Codeta Customer Service Representative
    Location:
    Stockholm


    Hi there Nicola. My name is Niklas and i work for Codeta,

    we did have some issues with our SSL certificates for a few weeks ago, but i am happy to inform you that the issue now is resolved.

    If you run into any issue with us at Codeta, please let me know and we will sort this out as quick as possible.

    Thanks

    Niklas

    Codeta.
     

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