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When I clip a website, Evernote clps the sites using HTML and CSS, the results are varied. What is would like is for the website to be taken as a screenshot. To achieve this manually at the minute, I have to take a screenshot, then drag it into Evernote, add the tags and weblinks, ideally the clipper would do all this.

Appreciate any help.

Thanks

Lee

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Sorry to revive this post, but I do not see how this is an solution? By creating a screenshot with Evernote you are not able to take a screenshot of the whole web page. Only the part that's currently visible on screen.

Isn't there a solution to take a screenshot of the whole web page (also the part below the fold)?

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This is a must have for me also. I'm pretty sure Skitch used to be able to do this previously. At the moment I'm stuck with Littlesnapper :(

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Sorry to revive this post, but I do not see how this is an solution? By creating a screenshot with Evernote you are not able to take a screenshot of the whole web page. Only the part that's currently visible on screen.

Isn't there a solution to take a screenshot of the whole web page (also the part below the fold)?

I support this suggestion. Also, it would be great to be able to save the source link with the screenshot.

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+1. It would be great to have an option to save a screenshot (of the entire page) in addition to the HTML content. Then you have the data and a faithful presentation of what the clipped material looked like at the time.

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I would like to see this feature as well.  I don't like the various formatting results I get from capturing an HTML page.  It would be great to see the web page options (Article / Simplified Article / Full Page) as screen shot options.

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Is there still no option to do a full screenshot of the full webpage? Seems so tedious to copy and paste 2 screens together in this day and age... prove me wrong, please!

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