Web Snapper lets you capture Web pages exactly as they appear in your browser. You can send them to a file as images or vector-based, multi-page PDFs. It captures the whole Web page – eliminating the need to cut, paste and crop multiple screen-shots when trying to create an image or PDF. Web Snapper integrates with Safari via a toolbar button. When clicked, it takes a picture of the current site – but it will also work with any browser as a stand-alone application that accepts drag-and-drop URLs. Regardless of how you invoke it, Web Snapper converts the URL it was given into a continuous vector PDF with everything on the page looking exactly as you originally saw it in the browser.
- [FIX] Fixed a problem where footers would not appear when snapping certain pages
- [FIX] Improved a condition that would make Web Snapper crash when snapping very big pages without using PDF pagination
- [FIX] Yet another fix for dynamic content
- [UPDATE] Small updates for OS X 10.10 Yosemite
OS X 10.5 or later