Web Snapper

Version: 3.2.9 || Release Date: 2013-12-10 || License: Shareware ($15) Developer: TastyApps | App Owner: mile

Screen Grab Utility With Bite

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.

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Did 2.3.5 do something about the Snow Leopard issues?

@mile - In Safari go to Preferences > Advanced > and check Show Develop menu bar, then you can send the current page to Paparazzi. Also you can drag and drop the favicon of the current site from Safari's address bar to Paparazzi's dock icon and it'll pass the site to Paparazzi.

People might also be interested in FlickScreen: http://osx.iusethis.com/app/flickscreen

Are the PDFs generated by this tool different than the ones generated with the 'Save as PDF' command from the Print dialog box (the PDF standard is built into OS X allowing you to save as PDF from any application). You can turn on background printing to get the exact look of the page. The hyperlinks seem to still work as well. Granted the option of saving as one image is not built in.

I almost instantly paid for this wonderful app, as it saves screenshots as pdfs complete with working hyperlinks (only text, though). For the european users: 8 Dollars translate to almost exactly 6 Euros. This is definitely worth it.

I dunno, but the PDFs that Red Snapper makes are not just images in a PDF wrapper. They have selectable, scalable text! I can't imagine why Spotlight wouldn't have an easy time of searching these.

Instead of being a separate ap like NetFixer and Paparazzi, this adds a button to your Safari toolbar...so you can just make one-click snapshots without having to start another app...! Also it offers way more file formats to save to...

Does NetFixer offer saving as PDF? I can't see on its homepage where it does.

Saving as PDF could be a nice feature, since PDFs should (in theory) get indexed by Spotlight. Safari does have a built in "Print To PDF" feature but it will make use of a print CSS if one is available and it will have page breaks, which might not be desired.

How is this different from the free app NetFixer..?

http://osx.iusethis.com/app/netfixer