@Psider I would also find this useful, but we might have to wait a while for this to be implemented.
Meanwhile, you could try a utility like Sizer. No doubt there are others.
I am testing the latest 64-bit version 4, and it seems to work well. Right-click on any edge of a restored window to choose the desired size.
I also write documentation and tutorials for various applications that I use. I use FastStone Capture to record videos and like to resize the window to 1024x768 to keep the videos smaller and to cater for users who might be using smaller monitors.
I am already using ifranviews batch/converting tool for this to tag a bigger amount of pics at once but it would be more convenient if I could skip this step.
Of course I am aware of the fact that the possibility of this feature to be implemented is close to zero but who knows - if you don't try you can't win ; )
@Pesala said in Allow Low-res Screenshots:
@alinares said in Allow Low-res Screenshots:
I think there needs to be some control to define how much to resize screenshots. There are a lot of different monitor resolutions that might be called High Resolution from 1600x1200 upwards. Then users can have their monitor set to portrait too.
Half size won't suit all users. Perhaps a simple field "Resize width to" ?
Considering the most frequent use case (you want to share your screenshot as quickly as possible through Skype or other similar apps, perhaps a predefined maximum size (the number of dots in each direction) may be a good choice.
You take a screenshot on Vivaldi. If the actual size is larger than the predefined maximum, Vivaldi would automatically resize it---something like this.
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 🤦🏻♂️ 😞
@Polyphony said in Option not to Open Explorer after Screen Capture:
I to have the issue in Linux (2 different distro's). It would be helpful to have a checkbox in Vivaldi settings to enable/disable the feature all together. If I save several screenshots in succession, I get a new file manager pop up for each of the saves. It starts being unproductive real fast. Being able to turn this off would really help! Thanks!!
Any updates on this request?
The whole request is pretty old now and the last question from December 2021 is still not answered...
Thanks in advance!
@johnny85 said in Larger Maximum Image Size for Capture Page:
Vivaldi always starts the capture from the top of the page
You must use Capture Selection, not Capture Page.
I think the simplest solution is best. Set the largest value that Vivaldi can cope with, and crop images to 65,535 if the JPG format is used. No need for any user intervention at all.
FWIW, this is absolutely possible with the dev tools.
Just inspect the element you want to capture and right click on the node in the Elements tab. It's a little flaky with elements inside an iframe though.
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@lonm I removed the Bookmark Sorting as it's already available or a duplicate of True Alphabetical Sort of Bookmark Folders.
It is not sure what Capture Settings are not being saved, but I reported a Bug for:
(VB-34841) Save Capture to File from Menu Always saves as PNG