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Image Sizer & Multi-Tab

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Posted:  30 Nov 2007 17:26
First off, I love your tool! Totally something I will use everyday and eliminates the old way I had to do things to get screen shots of web pages.

Now my suggestions/requests

1. Can we get the option to save the image to a certain image size by pixels? That would complete my life! As of now I have to take the saved image and then go resize it to the size I need it at.

2. Can we get the option when we have multiple tabs open to right-click and save images of all the individule tabs? This would be another huge time saver for me instead of having to go to each tab and click save.


Those are all I have for now, but I am sure I will think of some more later.

Once again, thank you so much for a great tool!
Posted:  16 Dec 2007 05:42
No response to this?
Posted:  16 Dec 2007 08:45
1. OK
2. Not sure...
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Posted:  29 Jan 2008 03:16
I would also like feature number 1: an option to resize to certain size/ratios (not great when you have a 1680x1050 resolution screenshot). Make sure and take into account ratios because you wouldnt want a widescreen ratio to be squeezed into a 4:3 ratio.

thanks, great work.
Posted:  25 Mar 2008 11:42
resize: This should be done so that subsequent annotations are then done at normal size on top of, say, a reduced image. Useful for annotating broad characteristics of a large/complicated web page. Also useful for annotating details of a magnified image, e.g. of a font glyph.

-R.
Posted:  25 Mar 2008 18:27
I think this will be a customized resize before capturing.
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Posted:  09 Jul 2008 18:26
Resizing the browser window, so it's x pixels wide before capture is what would help me.
Posted:  09 Jul 2008 18:37
Don't uderstand. Please describe.
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Posted:  09 Jul 2008 18:44
I don't want the image resampled, I want the page rendered as if the browser were windowed narrower (such as for a SVGA screen). Being able to set this with a value helps me consistently capture variable-width HTML when I'm doing images over time.
Posted:  18 Sep 2008 03:14
Any word on Multi-Tab capturing?

JWV
Posted:  18 Sep 2008 06:21
It's planned
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Posted:  06 Apr 2014 19:04
Multi tab capturing is still not possible, correct? I tried to play around with the options but I found nothing to do this yet. https://imagicon.info/cat/13-77/1.gif
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