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Could someone provide correct commands for screenshot? I'm able only to take current visible position of site and save as file. How can I take screenshot of whole website?

Could someone provide correct commands for screenshot? I'm able only to take current visible position of site and save as file. How can I take screenshot of whole website?

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Works here in the current Nightly build:

  • screenshot --fullpage nightly_test.png
  • screenshot --clipboard true --delay 5
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cor-el
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You can look at extensions like these: *Abduction!: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/abduction/ *Pixlr Grabber: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/pixlr-grabber/ *Grab Them All: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/grab-them-all/

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I know about certain addons which could do that, but I asked about built-in feature..

How am I supposed to use it? I type "screenshot c:/1.png false 0 0 1" and little pop-up says "Available Options. Too many arguments" Am I doing something wrong?

I know about certain addons which ''could'' do that, but I asked about built-in feature.. How am I supposed to use it? I type "screenshot c:/1.png false 0 0 1" and little pop-up says "Available Options. Too many arguments" Am I doing something wrong?
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screenshot test 0 true works for me - but only in the current firefox 16 release, not in aurora or nightly...

''screenshot test 0 true'' works for me - but only in the current firefox 16 release, not in aurora or nightly...
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Works here in the current Nightly build:

  • screenshot --fullpage nightly_test.png
  • screenshot --clipboard true --delay 5
Works here in the current Nightly build: *screenshot --fullpage nightly_test.png *screenshot --clipboard true --delay 5 *http://mxr.mozilla.org/mozilla-central/source/browser/devtools/commandline/CmdScreenshot.jsm

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That's what I was looking for. Thank You!

That's what I was looking for. Thank You!
vaswolter 0 solutions 7 answers

I'm trying to get a screenshot but my HP laptop doesn't have a Print Screen key and I've no way of finding the combination of keys required. Can anyone help?

I'm trying to get a screenshot but my HP laptop doesn't have a Print Screen key and I've no way of finding the combination of keys required. Can anyone help?
cor-el
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Hi vaswolter.

Can you please start a new thread for your question?

Then you can provide more information like your operating system and installed extensions and installed plugins.

Thanks.

Hi <b>vaswolter</b>. Can you please start a new thread for your question? Then you can provide more information like your operating system and installed extensions and installed plugins. *[[/questions/new start a new thread]] *[[/kb/Using+the+Troubleshooting+Information+page]] Thanks.
vaswolter 0 solutions 7 answers

Hi Co-rel, Thanks for the info. I'm sorry but I'm not that well versed in using computers and don't know how to start a new thread though you have provided the link. Anyway after persistent trials and errors I happened to find an app by Diigo which I installed and am happy to say it works. I've taken a snapshot of the relevant Mozilla page and am adding an image here. Best regards, Vasantha

Hi Co-rel, Thanks for the info. I'm sorry but I'm not that well versed in using computers and don't know how to start a new thread though you have provided the link. Anyway after persistent trials and errors I happened to find an app by Diigo which I installed and am happy to say it works. I've taken a snapshot of the relevant Mozilla page and am adding an image here. Best regards, Vasantha