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I'm trying to take a screenshot of a website but it captures a blank screen - similar to taking a screenshot of flash, however, the website's built with the jquery UI!

Is there a program available that can do this?

I'm on OS X Lion using google chrome. Im currently using browser extensions to take screenshots of webpages - specifically the awesome screenshot extension for chrome

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How are you trying to take the screenshot anyway? What OS are you on? What does this have to do with jQuery? –  slhck Apr 10 '12 at 14:12
    
possible duplicate of Take a high resolution screenshot of a website –  slhck Apr 10 '12 at 14:13
    
What operating system are you using? –  wizlog Apr 10 '12 at 14:13
    
sorry, should have provided more information. I'm on OS X Lion using google chrome. Im currently using browser extensions to take screenshots of webpages - specifically the awesome screenshot extension for chrome –  Oliver Whysall Apr 10 '12 at 15:00
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Use a different extension/print screen. –  kotekzot Apr 10 '12 at 15:13
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I use Pixlr Grabber, a firefox addon. Can save it as an image, copy it to clipboard, upload it on Imm.io

It's ability: Grab the entire page or a piece of it.

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Try using Snipper. It comes bundled with Windows 7 (if you're using that).

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Not sure really what you mean in your question, but apart from the standard PrtScn, I have had great success with Snagit. There is a 30 day trial for testing purposes.

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