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How is the image quality in Fireshot Pro Full Version

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Posted:  06 Aug 2017 09:09
Hello guys,
I'd like to ask how the quality of the shot image is when purchasing the full version. I recognized that the shot image in the trial version quality is very poor, especially if you zoom in. Of course it is also poor if you print it. I plan to save my bookmarks as pdf's, and that in high quality. I do not need any of the "fancy" enhancing features of the Full Pro Version, i just want to purchase a decent quality. I don't want to pay that amount of money if the quality of the images is as poor as it is in the trial version. I know there is a 30 day money back guarantee, but I don't want much effort in the whole process if the quality is still poor. Any experiences? Thank you very much in advance!
Posted:  30 Aug 2017 19:02
Sandra,

Both Pro and Free versions provide a good quality. In other words, FireShot should provide the same quality, as you see in the browser.
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Posted:  31 Aug 2017 03:48
Dont bother with getting the retail version of this program. I paid for the pro version and the print quality is terrible. Regardless of saving the image as a PDF or JPG the print quality is extremely poor and unreadable. Other people have had the same problem with this software. The closest thing you can come to, which is what I was using prior to switching over to this software was Snag It. Snag it works perfectly.
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