With just two clicks, you can take screenshots from the active tab. You can capture a portion of the page, the visual viewport, or even the entire page if it has both vertical and horizontal scroll bars. The captured image can be saved to the default download directory, placed in the clipboard, or opened in an online paint editor. This extension currently uses JSPaint, a web-based replica of MS Paint, which can work offline and allow you to edit your images even without an internet connection.
This extension adds a toolbar button to the browser's action area. Clicking on this button opens a popup window that contains three options:
1. "Capture Entire Screen"
2. "Capture Visual Part"
3. "Capture a Portion"
These items are also added to the right-click context menu of the page for easy access.
1. If the page size is larger than your window size and the "Capture Entire Screen" option is selected, the extension will need to scroll the entire page to capture different parts and merge them into a single image. This process may take a few seconds to complete.
2. The resolution of the taken image depends on the screen resolution. For example, if you have a 4K display (like Retina displays), the image resolution will be at least four times better than that of a normal display.
3. To ensure compatibility with various devices, this extension stores all captured screenshots in the PNG format. This format is widely supported and offers high-quality images.
4. This extension does NOT add watermarks to the captured image. It is a free and open-source project.
5. To change the format of the filenames for downloaded images, go to the options page and use the filename mask option.
- This extension can create rich notifications and display them to you in the system tray.