Three ways to use screen captures
Screen captures are widely used for work and play. Here we give you some tips on how to make the most out of Vivaldi’s Capture feature.
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Some time ago I showed my mom how to use the screen capture - it turned out to be quite useful in her workflow.
cgfuh last edited by
F2/⌘E and typing “Capture” (area to Clipboard) allows me to share easy and quickly via chat and/or email client. Thanks Vivaldi.
The option to choose capture file name make it easier and in case you need to use it later it's quick to find. Mostly I use the screen capture as a mail attachment or inserting in a forum post.
Linum last edited by
Is it possible to add support for screen capture of PDF too?
It just captures the grey background now.
Pesala last edited by
@Linum It works fine for me.
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I use it all the time both at home and at work. Would love it Vivaldi had screen recording (some weeks back I was in a pinch 'cause of it)
QuHno last edited by QuHno
"Better yet, when you’re done you can easily save the image to your PC, upload it to Slack (if talking to colleagues) or message a friend."
And the best thing in combination with Slack is that you don't even need to store the captures on your computer, just paste them from the clipboard.
MoonDawg last edited by
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LakeInHolland last edited by Pesala
This is probably the feature of
OperaVivaldi I like most of all. I enjoy sending Dutch broadcaster NOS notification of linguistic, factual or logical errors (yes, it's true I'm afraid - it's a linguist thing). Capturing the whole page is useful and entertaining, and helps me compare original with revised version w/o actually having to make a note. Great fun!
logytech last edited by
This is probably the feature of Opera I like most of all. I enjoy sending Dutch broadcaster NOS notification of linguistic, factual or logical errors (yes, it's true I'm afraid - it's a linguist thing). Capturing the whole page is useful and entertaining, and helps me compare original with revised version w/o actually having to make a note. Great fun!
I like the other features from Opera to Vivaldi implement like tools option for blur, doodle over picture, write in the picture, etc.
Dantesoft last edited by
Capturing a webpage 1:1 could also be useful…
That’s a bit too idiomatic; it means “Capturing an exact impression of a webpage”, right?
LakeInHolland last edited by
@ayespy: Oops!!! I really can't imagine how I came to write that! Of COURSE I meant Vivaldi! Must have been the sudden arrival of a relatively large new job, coincident with stomach pain. And of course years of singing the praises of Opera, somehow rising from the depths of my memory and swamping the reality, which is, as my general Eudora signature says:
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If I didn't have that job to do, I'd go out and roll in the dust and have people trample me with studded army boots.
Please all delete and substitute in your minds!