Along with FireFox, Internet Explorer and Safari, the Opera browser (Exciting History) has to be one of the better alternative with its own attractive features. Given that Opera has long pedigree of development since 1994, it has more years of optimizing its codebase and enhancement. And this is show in its excellent Zooming feature which easily beat all the competitors’s correspondent feature.
Unlike most competitors, the zooming feature is built into the Opera browser and offer a true zoom that magnify the whole page rather than just the image or text separately. (However, the zoom feature may not work properly with some sites when clicking on button or hyperlink on the page etc WordPress, Blogger. Opera browser currently does not work with Blogger at all.)
So if a user want capture a site image efficiently, it will be much more easier to do so with the zoom feature of Opera browser combined with image capture tool. (For Vista user, use the free installed Snipping Tool )
As can see from the following screenshot, the site is dynamically resize to 30% and user can then resize the browser windows so that the whole site wrap properly to the window size, and use can quickly capture the image using their favourite image tool. That’s definitely much quicker than having to capture the whole screen and then downsize it in number of steps !
|True Zooming feature can be accessed conveniently using toolbar or View menu. As can be seen, the whole site is zoom to 30% and
||This zoom feature offer many levels of magnification.
As demonstrated, it is definitely a timer-saver if user combine the opera browser together with their favourite screen capture tool for site image capture rather than
So why not just download Opera browser, and try it for yourself. Opera runs on a variety of operating systems, including Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris. And even if you don’t use the browser for browsing, use it for efficient screen capture then. You might just like it .