Capture Screenshot of Visible Area of Page
matiasmovie last edited by Pesala
Can you add an option 'Screenshot of the visible part'?
Do you mean the visible area the webpage you have open (as opposed to the full page)?
You can always to that manually by using
Capture Page (the camera icon on the status bar) -> Selection -> Select Area, or just use the
Print screenbutton on your keyboard.
@komposten Capture selection will work, but printscreen also captures the browser interface, and if more than one monitor is used it captures all screens.
@matiasmovie To capture the visible area:
- Use the Capture Selection option
- Click on the page
- Click the camera icon
If you do not drag to select an area, the entire visible area will be captured.
matiasmovie last edited by
I know how using this option, but why not adding third option to easiest way to creating screenshot visible part?
Pesala last edited by
@matiasmovie In view of the fact that an easy method already exists I see no reason to complicate the dialogue with another option. The Help file needs updating to explain the click and save without dragging method — as it is neither obvious nor documented.
@pesala Capture selection as you suggested it also captures the interface.
If you do
Ctrl+Alt+Prt scit captures the currently active window rather than everything on all monitors (on Windows at least; I should have mentioned this in my first post), and is hence the same thing as capture selection (except the option to save to file immediately).
@Komposten Yes. I see, but it's a lot easier than dragging, and better than Alt+Printscreen as you don't need to open it in an image editor first to save it.
beansandfranks last edited by
Have you tried using the Snipping Tool that comes with Windows?
With that, you can capture whatever screen section you want.