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Installing FireShot in multiple venues

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Posted:  06 Mar 2021 20:12
When I bought FireShot Pro in 2017 for my Windows 7 Professional system, it installed itself in Firefox, Thunderbird, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Opera. It’s now installed only in Firefox and Google Chrome. I’d like to see it installed in Thunderbird, Opera, Maxthon, Epic Privacy Browser, Brave and SeaMonkey.

How can I go about installing it in these venues?

Also, I expect to set up a Windows 10 system on a different desktop shortly. How can I go about installing it in this new system?
Posted:  09 Mar 2021 08:07
Hello. You can install the extension manually from the Chrome Web Store, and for the most of the browsers it will automatically available as Pro.

P.S. Thunderbird is discontinued from support.
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Posted:  09 Mar 2021 20:16
Following your advice, I visited the Chrome Web Store but could see no way to install the extension, so I simply activated it in the Store. The result is that:
1) Hitting the FireShot icon in Chrome generates the message “Welcome to FireShot”. In other words, it looks as if I no longer have the Pro version in Google Chrome.
2) A FireShot icon hasn’t automatically appeared in other browsers.

Please read my question again and answer it.
Posted:  09 Mar 2021 21:40
After my previous post, I discovered the original FireShot Pro v.0.98.92  EXE file I installed in 2017. I hit the EXE file and got a message and a series of checkboxes:
“Please select the browsers/clients to integrate FireShot into:
- Firefox
- Chrome
- Internet Exporer
- Seamonkey
- Thunderbird
- Opera”
I selected all of these browsers/clients except for Internet Explorer. The installation then completed and I got the message “Important: Please restart your browsers to complete the installation”, which I did. However, I note that the FireShot icon hasn’t appeared in Seamonkey 2.53.2 and Opera 74. Also, clicking the FireShot icon in Chrome still generates a “Welcome to FireShot!” message, which implies that the Pro version isn’t installed on Chrome.

Please advise me as to how I can rectify this situation.
Posted:  10 Mar 2021 07:19   Last Edited By: JK
For the pro features, please install the latest release: http://getfireshot.com/fireshot-install.exe

If you don't see the icon, please make sure the extension is listed in the extensions list. If it does exist, then you just need to allow the FS icon to be displayed.

If the extension does not exist, you can download it here:

- Chrome and Chromium-based: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/take-webpage-screenshot ...
- Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/fireshot/
- Opera: https://addons.opera.com/extensions/details/capture-webpage-scree ...
- Edge: https://microsoftedge.microsoft.com/addons/detail/take-webpage-sc ...
- Safari: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/full-page-screen-capture/id1541862561

P.S. The installation consists of 2 steps: installing the Lite version, and installing the Pro helper. In most cases our installer (fireshot-install.exe) is capable of doing both these things automatically. If that's not your case, then you can do this manually as I suggested.
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