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Full user review
"Web Snapper is the real deal"
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
Ever since Web Snapper was updated in the spring to work with Leopard, I've once again been super happy with it. I've been able to snap PDFs of pages on secure sites - all info intact - and the results have been consistently good (i.e. rendered as good as or better than print to PDF and all on one page that I determine).
My only wish is that web snapper would work with FireFox the way it works with Safari. There are a few sites at which I make purchases that Safari doesn't play well. For these, I'm stuck using FireFox and have no snazzy page snap. I print to PDF (saved to Yojimbo) but yearn for my one-page Web Snapper shot.
For those of us who have to archive web work for "posterity" and "award shows" then Web Snapper PDF is a real breakthrough because the printout (of text) is perfect and there are no page breaks - this is truly great because the people who receive these archives generally don't know how to unzip a folder and click the .HTML file within :-)
Thanks to the Web Snapper team for a great product. I was and continue to be a VERY HAPPY user...