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Capturing live links

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Posted:  01 Feb 2011 14:31
I've used another product that can capture the webpage and the live links on that page as well.

Bottom line:
I want your software to capture the links on the webpage as well and have the links work on the image.

Thanks!
Posted:  14 Apr 2013 16:26
I think this would not fall under a screenshot software already but something different. nice idea though. https://imagicon.info/cat/13-37/icon_smile.gif
Posted:  22 Feb 2016 18:52   Last Edited By: RoKe
0.98.84
Windows 7 64
Firefox 44.x

Adobe Acrobat (X) tool «Create PDF» can't be used any longer in FF higher than 43 due to the lack of a appropriate signiture. I'm despirately searching for a PDF tool now that is able to picking up all "active" elements like links (and if available data fields and more). I've used FireShot Pro for a while for many other purpuses and would love to use it also for my way of  «low cost archives» of websites, while only capturing the pages with its active elements - useable on all computers, easy to print or to be viewed offline.

I discovered that the FireShot Add-on for Google Chrome is already able to pick up life links, but not the FF and IE versions. When can I expect to use de feature also in FF?

Best, Rolf
Posted:  23 Feb 2016 05:39
Hi Rolf, the links will be added to Firefox in one of the next releases.
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Posted:  16 Aug 2018 22:40
I also came here to ask about live links becoming part of the PDF output.  PDF formats allow for this.  I enjoy the FireShot because it can preserve a webpage that may not be available later, so I can refer to it.  A big part of the usefulness is the hope that captured pages retain the embedded hotlinks. 

Perhaps parsing the ads and other clutter introduces complexity, but I think a BIG part of the embedded links would be caught with a simple approach.

Why not take an attempt at the enhancement with an appropriate warning about completeness.  Add it as an option in preferences.  It would be far better than zero.
Posted:  21 Aug 2018 13:46
Hello, the links are available on Chrome and Firefox Quantum - what version of browser are you using?
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Posted:  21 Aug 2018 16:04   Last Edited By: mwrich
I'm currently staying with  Firefox 55.0.3 (64-bit) until I find good substitutes for my favorite add-ons.
I have the latest Fireshot plugin 0.98.93
Windows 7 Pro SP1 (64 bit)

Are you supporting the newer Firefox versions yet (the new API)?
Posted:  22 Aug 2018 15:18
Yes, FireShot supports both old version of Firefox, and the newer ones.
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