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Alternatives for Buggy "Take a Screenshot" Menu in Firefox 88

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I understand that there's this help page, but a lot of times site developers right click and hotkeys disabled for security reasons and this renders me unable to take a screenshot of a website.

I've also tried to add "Take a Screenshot" button from "Customize Toolbar" option to my toolbar, but most of the time it is disabled, even on support.mozilla.org page. To enable it, I need to remove it and re-adding it again with "Customize Toolbar" option.

Is there any way to re-enable "Take a Screenshot" option in 3-Dot menu? If not, is there any sane way to keep "Take a Screenshot" enabled for the rest of my Firefox session without me needing to remove and re-add it again everytime I need to take a screenshot?

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Hmm, I think a couple users have mentioned this problem of the button being disabled, but I don't know how to replicate it and haven't seen an explanation for what causes it.

Regarding the context menu, if you hold the Shift key when right-clicking, Firefox usually disregards any override in the page.

Also, I mostly take full-page screenshots and don't need the unique selection features of the built-in tool, so I use an extension with other features. If you need something new, you could take a look: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/savescreenshot/

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Have you tried the shortcut ctl+shft+s (evidently can be changed)? https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/keyboard-shortcuts-perform-firefox-tasks-quickly

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There is also windows,

Taking a Screenshot; Windows > Start > search box > Snip. Select Snipping Tool. Use a compressed image type like PNG or JPG to save the screenshot. Save the picture(s) to your desktop. Press the Reply button. Then press the Add images; Browse button.

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Again, some websites are blocking key-down and right-click events, preventing users using shortcut keys or hotkeys and context menu; including Ctrl+Shift+S used by Firefox's "Take a Screenshot" feature.

I'm asking this not because I don't want to use Right-Click + Take a Screenshot menu, or using Ctrl+Shift+S hotkey; rather it's because website developers are able to disable them.

Plus, if I add "Take a Screenshot" button on the Firefox Toolbar, it's often disabled without any warning or information on why it is disabled, even when I hover on the button, and I need to re-add it again from Hamburger > Customize Toolbar... to enable the button.

Using Snipping Tool is my current alternative, but most of the times I need to screenshot a whole web page, and Snipping Tool can't do that. "Take a Screenshot" can.

Changing workflow is a-OK, as long as it is sane. Removing and re-adding a toolbar button everytime I need to take a screenshot is kinda excessive, amirite?

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If a website block the right-click context menu then try the F10 keyboard shortcut or the Windows context menu button next to the right Ctrl key.

  • about:config => dom.event.contextmenu.enabled = false

Note that you can also use the developer tools to take a full page screenshot.

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Hmm, I think a couple users have mentioned this problem of the button being disabled, but I don't know how to replicate it and haven't seen an explanation for what causes it.

Regarding the context menu, if you hold the Shift key when right-clicking, Firefox usually disregards any override in the page.

Also, I mostly take full-page screenshots and don't need the unique selection features of the built-in tool, so I use an extension with other features. If you need something new, you could take a look: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/savescreenshot/

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Next time this problem occurs, does the button become re-enabled if you drag the tab off the tab bar (you can pull it down an inch) and let Firefox create a new window for that tab?

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Hiya cor-el, jscher2000!

Thanks for your tips, I think I'll use Shift+right-click and Screenshot from Developer Tools a lot!

About disabled screenshot button, I noticed if I created a new window by dragging and releasing a tab, old window's screenshot button will be disabled; but if I created a new window normally, or new window with another profile, it won't be disabled. Don't know if containers have anything to do with them. Please check attached screenshot for more info.

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Containers could be a good lead. But the third part of the screenshot looks like a regular tab. ??

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Yes, I pulled second and fourth windows from third window tab, just to make a point that pulled-tab-converted-to-window thingy disables Take a Screenshot button.

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Miguel Forsetti said

Yes, I pulled second and fourth windows from third window tab, just to make a point that pulled-tab-converted-to-window thingy disables Take a Screenshot button.

Hmm, I see that. Sometimes if I detach a tab to its own window, the button is grayed, and sometimes it isn't. Something strange is going on.

Do you want to file a bug report? https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/

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Hi jscher2000, Sure. Bug report filed. See Bugzilla #1709841.

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