[conspire] screen grab/dump of multiscreen web page?
Eric De Mund
ead-conspire at ixian.com
Sun Oct 14 04:46:33 PDT 2007
Is there a way in linux to grab or dump a multiple-screens-tall web page
to one .png file? I've come across some web pages that, when I under Ice-
Printer Name: PostScript/default /
[V] Print to File
, I end up with a PostScript file that has truncated, missing material.
The page in question is:
The FontFeed >> The Logos of Web 2.0
A "File / Print Preview" and eyeballing of page 2 will quickly show the
bad behavior I'm trying to get around.
More generally, is there a screengrab program/utility in linux that when
you click on the window to acquire, grabs/dumps the entirety of the win-
dow's contents, on screen and off, to one image file?
Alternatively, is there a way to define a page length of "infinite" or
"very, very large" so that when I print to a file with a PostScript
printer, the entire image fits on one "page"?
In the parlance of the Windows program SnagIt, this is called capturing
a scrolling window or scrolling web page. Sample WebShot output (it's a
similar program), is viewable at:
Thanks for any pointers,
Eric De Mund | Ixian Systems |
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