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Why are you removing the upload option for firefox screenshots?

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This was my favorite feature and limiting me to downloading only leads me to taking extra steps, ala

Right click> Screenshot>Download>browse to image hosting site such as imgur>upload screenshot i just took

The only reason I take screenshots to begin with is to share images with friends and i found the upload functonality to be a feature that set firefox out from your competitors. Very saddened to see this feature go...

This was my favorite feature and limiting me to downloading only leads me to taking extra steps, ala Right click> Screenshot>Download>browse to image hosting site such as imgur>upload screenshot i just took The only reason I take screenshots to begin with is to share images with friends and i found the upload functonality to be a feature that set firefox out from your competitors. Very saddened to see this feature go...
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jscher2000
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Hi magicturtle12, I don't know the reason "why."

However, I do want to mention a possible shortcut if you don't need to edit the image before posting. Some hosting sites let you "paste" (Command+v) to upload an image. So in that case you could use the Firefox Screenshot "Copy" button, and not have to save the file locally before pasting to your hosting site.

  • On Microsoft OneDrive, when you are in the Files view and see the text "Drag files here to upload", try pasting to add the image from the clipboard to that folder. https://onedrive.live.com/
  • On Snaggy, it is even more direct since you can just paste into the home page. https://snag.gy/

I'm sure there are others I haven't tested.

Hi magicturtle12, I don't know the reason "why." However, I do want to mention a possible shortcut if you don't need to edit the image before posting. Some hosting sites let you "paste" (Command+v) to upload an image. So in that case you could use the Firefox Screenshot "Copy" button, and not have to save the file locally before pasting to your hosting site. * On Microsoft OneDrive, when you are in the Files view and see the text "Drag files here to upload", try pasting to add the image from the clipboard to that folder. https://onedrive.live.com/ * On Snaggy, it is even more direct since you can just paste into the home page. https://snag.gy/ I'm sure there are others I haven't tested.
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cor-el
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See also: *https://blog.mozilla.org/futurereleases/2019/01/24/clarifying-the-future-of-firefox-screenshots/
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