If you use Google Chrome or any of the other Chromium based browsers (such as Microsoft Edge, Vivaldi, Brave, etc..) a good browser extension to use to capture screenshots is “Screenshot Master: Full Page“. Once installed, simply click on the toolbar icon, and by default you can select a specific area of the screen or can select to only capture the visible area of the screen or you can select the whole page where the app will scroll (and capture) the contents of a page until it reaches the end of the page. Once the screenshot capture has been completed, the app will automatically go to the built-in editor where you can write text, crop, draw arrows, and draw boxes or lines. Once you are satisfied with the result, you can the save the screenshot to the PNG, JPG, or WEBP formats. What I particularly like about this screenshot app is its’ simplicity.
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