The Google Chrome extensions full page screen capture offers the simplest way to take a full page screenshot of your current browser window. The Google Chrome extensions allow you to save a screenshot of an entire webpage as an image including what is below the fold. That is the only feature, nothing more. This tool is doing what other similar apps in the Chrome Web Store couldn’t do.
Google Chrome extensions full page screen capture has an advanced screen capture technology that handles complex pages including inner scrollable elements as well as embedded iframes, unlike any other extension. In order to screenshot the entire page it must scroll to each visible part, so please be patient as it quickly assembles all the pieces. For the rare scenario where your page is too large for Chrome to store in one image, it will let you know and split it up into images in separate tabs.
Features of Google Chrome Extensions Full Page Screen Capture
– One-click full page screen-capture the easiest way for anyone to do it
– Captures all content on the page including scrolling down and right (if necessary)
– Pauses to prevent the scrollbar from appearing in the screenshot on Mac OSX
– Handles most sticky headers that always appear at the top of the page when you scroll (e.g., twitter.com)
– Opens a new tab with your screen capture, which is given a named based on your current URL right-click on the file and hit “save as” or just drag it to your desktop.
You can export your result to PNG, JPEG, or various PDF paper size all configurable from the extension’s options
Just click on the extension icon (or press Alt+Shift+P), watch the extension capture each part of the page, and be transported to a new tab of your screenshot where you can download it as an image or PDF or even just drag it to your desktop. You can also try the digital software screen recorder pro to capture anything on your PC screen or share new stuff and feature of your newly discovered app on your smartphone.
Issues: Because of the limitations of the Google Chrome extensions full page screen capture, it has to scroll to each part of the page, taking a screenshot, and then it can assemble them into one image the extension cannot be run in the Chrome Web Store or settings URLs that start with “chrome. The Google Chrome extensions full page screen capture is run by an independent developer. View the original open-source project on GitHub: