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There exists chrome plugins for capture the whole page, not just the currently visible part, like creen-capture-by-google. But that doesn't work with page having frames. I need the whole content in the frame saved as PDF or PNG. Is there anyway to do that with Chrome or other browsers? I'm using Mac OS.

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You could load the frame itself into a tab, and then use one of the plugins to capture the entire frame that way.

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The problem is the frame is dynamically generated and when I load it into a separate tab, I have a Gone Permanently problem. – YankeeWhiskey May 15 '13 at 6:09

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