@Pesala Yes, everybody can do that in some image editor - the point is to eliminate this step. (Not mentioning that the reason we all use Vivaldi is that it supports OUR way of work so we don't need to be lectured on how we should work differently than we do / want, sorry if I'm sounding strict, but...)
Vivaldi is a working tool - a great one, but this would save me lots more of my time, since I'd be able to simply get the result I need directly with almost no effort and just move on to actually use it, instead of getting some middle-product for which I then need to:
page capture, take larger part of the screen than needed
open a whole new software
do the appropriate edit (which on itself is more complicated and time-consuming than just getting the desired result right-away)
switch out of this editor
...that's lots of work for something what could be easily done with:
set fixed ratio, done
Hell, even just SHOWING the ratio would be a great help. (But I guess once you show it, you can also allow to set it...)
Also, I'm not asking for an image editor - I don't want to edit anything.
Vivaldi page capture is (or at least for some time was) one of flag-features Vivaldi team was proud to present. Adding one more sensible function to it is not a sophistication creep.
the built-in screenshotting tool in Windows can also capture a selection
that's a good alternative too
Capture a selection works fine for me
oh my god; I found out, that capture selection works but the Screenshot button is grayed out, until you make a selection (that wasn't the case in the past) my fault 🤦🏻♂️ 😞
@pesala Tried - not what i need.
To understand what we want:
save same page with opera, and vivaldi, and compare it,
and then you will see the difference.
main idea is to have exact "page view" in saved pdf, and
not the "print" version stripped.
Just compare it with opera, they did this well, and
i love it, but still looking to vivaldi to implement this