A browser extension that captures screen screenshots of web pages. It supports capturing scrolling long pages, visible area screenshots, selected area screenshots, and window screenshots. You can also use it to annotate your images.

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What is ThisShot?

This is a web page screenshot tool that captures full web pages, partial web pages, and the entire display interface. It is a user-friendly browser extension that can be easily used even by people who are not familiar with computers. It supports Chrome, Edge, and other Chromium-based browsers. You can save the screenshots in PNG, JPG, and PDF formats. In addition, the plugin provides annotation functions, allowing you to add arrows, curves, straight lines, rectangles, and more to the screenshots.

Can it capture pages with scroll loading?

Some web pages load new content when you scroll to the bottom. This extension can only capture the loaded content, so you need to scroll the mouse to load all the content and capture the entire page.

Unable to copy the image to the clipboard?

Click the "Copy" button to copy the image to the clipboard. Please note that not all browsers support this operation. In this case, you need to right-click the image and select "Copy Image" from the pop-up menu to copy the image to the clipboard.

The page gets messed up when I annotate an image.

If you encounter this problem, you can try closing the image being annotated and click the "Mark" button again to restore normal behavior.

Why are there misalignment issues in certain areas when capturing a long web page with scrolling?

In some complex web pages, certain elements on the page may play animations or undergo other changes as the screen scrolls, resulting in misalignment between each frame of the screenshot. Currently, there is no perfect solution to this problem.