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We've made a number of bug fixes to the screenshot tool in the past few months (I'm one of the developers on the FogBug team). The screenshot you posted makes it look like you're using FogBugz On Demand. If this is the case, getting the latest version of the screenshot tool should be pretty straightforward: Uninstall your current copy of the tool Log into ...


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Copied/adapted from my answer to a question on SuperUser. Consider merging? 1) TinyGrab You press Ctrl+Shift+4 (configurable to what you want), then you click+drag to select an area with a crosshairs. It then uploads it directly to their service, and puts a short link to it on your clipboard (http://grab.by/shortID). It works quite well, is free, and can ...


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You can try Aviary It's very simple: copy paste the url of the site and Aviary will load it up in its online image editor (see below) They also have a Firefox addon and a bookmarklet, in which case it will fill in your current website for you (but on the same tab, so watch out!)


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You can use browsershots.org and choose a reasonable modern browser (this will include the browser window though). It even has an XML-RPC API.


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This is exactly what the original poster wanted and also what I wanted. I wanted to share this awesome tool for anyone else: http://snag.gy. You just ctrl+v after you print screen and it's there. There are also some editing tools (crop, drawing) if necessary.


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It does not have any other options except making a screenshot but worth mentioning it: http://browsershots.org/ For editing you can use then some of the Online editing software


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Most likely there will be a line like this in the head tag: <link ... media="print" ... /> Just remove it through the Chrome Inspector by right clicking it and deleting it. If that does not fix it, there is most likely another one. The problem with doing this however is that sometimes it still will not render as the other ones are most likely ...


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See also this StackOverflow question. It appears there are at least a couple Java tools that will allow the pasting of an image form the clipboard. Would be nice to know if there are an AJAX-y ones, too.


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For security reasons there is no easy way for JavaScript in a browser to access the clipboard. Browsers will show you warnings or may refuse the request completely. Probably that's why not many picture managment sites have such feature. A desktop software would be a much better suited tool for the job.


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I wanted something which could capture screenshots of a local server, so a web service like Browsershots wasn't what I wanted. Therefore, using html2canvas I've made a bookmarklet which captures a screenshot locally, rendering elements with a canvas. To use it, copy this as a bookmarklet: ...


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Check out the browshot API: https://browshot.com/api/documentation You can specify any size for the thumbnail.


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I went with bluga.net's WebThumbs service as it has the best support for the latest CSS3 modules that we're using, and a really easy to use but thorough API. The only thing significant that was missing was support for web fonts, which the author is already working on.


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check out http://dribbble.com/ There is a huge wealth of in progress projects posted. Users have the ability to vote, love and make suggestions on your work.


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According to the TinyGrab FAQ: Q. How can I delete a grab from the TinyGrab server? Visit the TinyGrab online control panel at http://tinygrab.com/go/panel to delete an image that you've uploaded to TinyGrab. This is a Premium service only. Only under special / certain circumstances will we respond to support requests to delete ...


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There is a similar question on Stack Overflow. Hope that answers! For iPhone, try this.


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I think the problem is not so much with the FogBugz Screenshot tool, but more to do with the FogBugz website. Perhaps URL values/params have changed, or maybe it is just a valid bug in the system. There are other tools that integrate with FogBugz screenshots, for example this one, which I think if you test will probably give you the same problem. If so, ...


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First of all, use a computer app instead of a web app to take screenshot. Here are some good screenshot application for Mac Next you need to set your screen resolution to the highest possible resolution and it must take the screenshot in a pretty good resolution. Also check if there's some settings for the screenshot application regarding to the resolution ...


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BrowserShots has been around for quite a while, and they do have a paid faster service...


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I created an improved version of the tool I linked, which solves my problem: http://static-maps-generator.appspot.com/


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As far as I am aware there is no way to generate an image from Google Maps. The only way would be to take a screen shot using your OS or use a screen capture software.


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I always use GrabzIt for this, they provide a great service, with API's for five different languages that allow you to easily integrate it into your web app. Its also free easy to use and fast.


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If you want something to use via an API, then Kwiboo offer a web-snapshot service that does this.


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Yes. Very handy! Imaer can upload a file, clipboard data, or screen selection to Imgur. It does require a right-click > Upload Clipboard, it won't automatically do it, but still so handy. Edit: Also, depending on what version of Windows you are on, the Snipping program can come in handing for getting the right screenshot. You can save or copy to the ...


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There is going to have to be some kind of desktop connect for this to happen. Try iClippy , it is the closest you will get. How does iClippy work? iClippy works by capturing the visuals from screen, camera, or scanner to an online clipboard without having to save the pictures to the local computer first. The images are immediately ...



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