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Is there a way to capture a screenshot of a browser window / webpage which is larger than the MacBook Air (1366x768) screen it's displayed on?

I need to have captures of how a site displays in a 1280x1024 window. I can use Moom to resize the browser window, but not sure how to get the snap.

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  • Pressing ⌘⇧4, then space, then clicking the window only enables you to capture the visible parts on the screen. To capture a whole webpage, you can use Snagit, or some web-based applications like Site2pic and Webpage Screenshot Capture. All these tools allow you to screenshot an entire webpage just with its URL.
    – user83870
    Commented Sep 1, 2014 at 8:11
  • True for both — I use a Chrome extension to do that sort of thing — but I was looking for the browser window, and not just the webpage. My question was a bit unclear. I do appreciate your chiming in though. Commented Sep 7, 2014 at 21:49

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You can take screenshots of entire windows, even those that extend beyond the bounds of the screen, by pressing ⌘⇧4, then space, then clicking the window.

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  • Hmm. In my case, it just gave me a shot of the window that was visible on screen but I'm looking for a slightly different use case. Commented Dec 12, 2013 at 20:53

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