Once it's done it's work, it presents you with a thumbnail view of the image and a set of options for viewing it. You get to choose to refresh the image or view either the top page or the full page. You also get to choose the display size, ranging from X-small to Full resolution and you pick whether to display the image as a JPEG or PNG. Of course, once you've got the image displayed in the size and format you want, it's a easy task to save it to your hard disk.
There are a few caveats to be aware of…
- Flash elements are rendered but only at time of loading the page so if they start as blank images, that's what you'll see.
- Super Screenshot uses the Safari browser to render pages so anything that can't handle will cause you problems.
- It won't follow redirects so if the URL you give it tries to redirect you, then the capture will fail.
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