Screenshots from the Firefox Developer Tools console

Discussion in 'Tech news' started by RGiskardR, Aug 29, 2018.

  1. RGiskardR

    RGiskardR Malware Tester Silver Member


    Mozilla plans to launch a new screenshot taking feature in Firefox 63 that enables users to capture screenshots using the Developer Tools console.

    Another screenshot tool and feature? Firefox has quite a few of those already and if you don't follow development closely, it may be unclear why Mozilla will add another to the web browser.

    Firefox users can use the native screenshot tool of the browser to take screenshots, and save them online or offline. The tool supports basic image editing options even.

    Another option is available in the Developer Tools. You need to open the Settings and check the "Take a screenshot of the entire page" option to add a button to the Developers Tools to capture screenshots when you activate it.

    Finally, there is the Developer Toolbar which supports a variety of commands including taking screenshots but also other handy things such as changing preferences, editing cookies, or managing Firefox extensions.

    Why then, another option to take screenshots in Firefox? Because the Developer Toolbar will be removed soon.

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