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Aviary Screen Capture - 0.4

by jaxomlotus
Extension meant for Developer Builds of Google Chrome 4.0+

Take a screen capture of the visible portion of any web page and it will open in an editor where you can crop it, add text and arrow markup, get color information or move around areas. You can easily save it to your desktop or host it online. The extension also lets you quick launch any of Aviary’s web editor design apps. View extension screenshots by clicking on the thumbnail and using the arrow keys.

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Take a screen capture of the visible portion of any web page and it will open in an editor where you can crop it, add text and arrow markup, get color information or move around areas. You can easily save it to your desktop or host it online. The extension also lets you quick launch any of Aviary’s web editor design apps. View extension screenshots by clicking on the thumbnail and using the arrow keys.

Reviews

  1. Quack says:

    I love this extensions, very useful! You should submit it to the Google Chrome Extensions Gallery that’s only open for uploading extensions, it can be found here: https://chrome.google.com/extensions Thanks for the extension!!!

  2. dvryltsov says:

    +5 Cool!
    Отличная вещь!
    Очень удобная и качественная.

  3. David Thibault says:

    Very nice, but it would be better if it supported full page screenshots, amd if it could remove the scrollbar from the screenshot.

    Thanks

  4. QQFarmer says:

    Great extension. Thanks a lot.
    Two suggestions:
    1. Please add the “Capture whole page” function if it’s technically possible.
    2. Option to open up the Editor in a new tab not a new window.

  5. JaxomLOTUS says:

    Thanks for the suggestions QQFarmer.

    1. Capturing the Whole page is not currently supported by Google Chrome. I’m sure it will be in the future. We do allow that in our Firefox extension (as well as quick region capture). You can also add “http://aviary.com/” in front of any public URL to capture the full page, but it will use IE as the rendering engine.

    2. We’ll look into that for future versions.

  6. Armstrong says:

    This is official from Aviary?

    An awesome extension! ;)

  7. Jonas says:

    Great extensions!!!

    -Bug: Can’t use non-ascii characters when typing text.

    - Feature request: Crop image using resizable window.

  8. The Truth says:

    Hm… this is just like you would use bookmarks :| Or did I miss something? lol

  9. Doctor says:

    Cool extension 8)
    Then i don’t need to start PS to crop/resize/write text on image.
    Thanks!

  10. Insignia says:

    Can you add the ability to change text color on the menu? on some chrome themes the text blends in with the background.

  11. Daniel says:

    Interesting extension. It would allow me to use Chrome more frequently were full page capture allowed.

    I will wait for upgrades, though.

  12. idunnolol says:

    keep getting required value “name” is missing error. any help?

  13. Petra says:

    I love this, thank you so much!

  14. christina says:

    Love it except for the fact that it wont let me make screencaptures from youtube videos. Or am i doing something wrong.

  15. Willem says:

    I found an extension that’s actually usable in that it allows you to grab an entire webpage. It’s called Explain and Send Screenshots (gpl) and it is the closest thing to the Firefox Screengrab addon I found so far.

  16. jpeek345 says:

    Neither ‘Aviary’ or ‘Explain and Send’ seem to be able to capture a frame of video. Such as YouTube or Hulu.

  17. This extension looks great, but I wish it would let me take a screen capture of the entire page, even beyond what I can see.

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