Thanks - now I know what to look for as an icon.No, in Brave and I guessed in Chrome too there is an icon in the tool bar (looks like a camera). I press that. It shows a pacman like animation then I download the image as PDF or other.
That would work for a page that maybe is a couple of pages long, but what happens if it's many more than that, once your shrink it all down to fit on a page it might end up being VERY tiny and PNG and others do not scale well if you want to zoom in. For that you need Scalar or Vector graphics format which is not what would be the output.Not sure if this wil help anyone, but when I want to take a screenshot of a web page in Safari that is not all showing in the open window at the time, I simply use Command - (minus) sign and repeat until the entire page is visible in the window. Then I take the screen shot and use Command + (plus) to return to the original size. Works every time for me to get a .png file.
I just use the right click option in Firefox - no need to go to dev tools.Firefox dev tools has built in functionality. If you don't like the file type saved, you can export to your clipboard. Then past in preview and save to whatever you like.
That only lets you select a part of what is on the screen - doesn't address the original problem
I'm not sure why this came up again more than a month after the last reply.Totally agree. Full Page Screen Cature extension is very easy to use in Chrome.
Sometimes, I run a full page screenshot and then edit the screenshot with my photoshop.