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Fireshot image quality low?

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Posted:  30 Mar 2008 17:28
Hello.  I've been looking for a program like fireshot for some time! I love it.. only thing I'm having problems with is the image quality seems low when I capture and paste into an email.  its fuzzy and blurred in some spots.  doesn't look as good as the original web page. can I control the captured image output quality? thanks! Keith
Posted:  31 Mar 2008 03:34
Hello, thanks,

currently you can send attachments as PNG files, just go to the editor options -> General Settings -> Create Email attachments as...

In the next release you'll be able to set up JPEG compression quality.
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Posted:  04 Oct 2010 08:48
I've just installed Fireshot (Oct 2010) and there are still no settings for the JPEG compression quality. any idea when this will release?
Posted:  04 Oct 2010 09:02
sorry. I just found the JPEG quality settings for the Saving the image however, I'm looking to improve the quality of the image when you "Copy to Clipboard". Hoping to save a step and not have to open the image after saving to jpeg file.
Posted:  04 Oct 2010 09:21   Last Edited By: JK
Ah, copying the image into clipboard is loseless. However, some programs reduce quality upon pasting from clipboard. What program are you pasting into?
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Posted:  04 Oct 2010 10:24
I'm pasting into Adobe Framemaker for pdf\html document generation. When I do a regular printscreen, I get perfect results but I don't want the browser. I really appreciate the clean capture of the html page without browser. Am I missing something?
Posted:  08 Aug 2013 19:32
Hi Alyssad, by any chance, where you able to find any work around regarding this? https://imagicon.info/cat/13-77/smile3.png
Posted:  31 Jul 2018 14:35
HA years and years of the same complaint of poor image quality and it seems anyone that has a problem, gets the run around without any solution. I wish I never bought this program. its been nearly 1 year since I posted the problem with every single computer every single version and this so called developer loves to dance around the issue.
Posted:  31 Jul 2018 15:27
FireShot user, this thread is addressing another problem (which was actually fixed).
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