I have a large series of web pages to capture for documentation. Unfortunately it is mostly an interactive process, but can be repeated rather quickly.
At the moment I am using the dreaded "Awesome Screenshot" extension because it has had the shortest path to the desired result so far, but yet it still has an extra step that I would like to eliminate.
Presently when I click the "Awesome Screenshot" button in my toolbar I get an annotation page with the screenshot (this is the step I'd like to eliminate) and then upon clicking Done, I then get a draggable image.
Essentially I want to be able to initiate a shortcut (either by keypress or button click) and then immediately have an image to paste or drag into a document (e.g., in my case I want to paste it into PDFPen Pro to add it to the sequence).
Is there a way to shortcut this process in Safari, or any other browser on macOS for that matter, that will allow me to capture the visible portion of a webpage immediately to the pasteboard or to a draggable image so that capturing becomes a 1 step process?