it is 2014 and a simple task like:
- react to a shortcut-key
- screenshot the currently active window
- autosave the screenshot to a default location
seems to be way too fancy to get it for free on Mac with OS X 10.8.5
There are serevral seemingly able ways to do this, but one of these points won't work. The goal is to screencapture the visible part or the whole chrome-window on a mac using a keyboard shortcut and saving it automatically.
Mac Grab is able to do 1 & 3, but 2 you have to select the window and strike space every time
Chrome-Screencapture tools have a problem with NPAPI: http://awesomescreenshot.com/aws/Obstacles-to-Awesome-ness.html - so 3. is impossible
A Tool like SnapNGrab does only support shortcutkeys in a 6$ Pro Version (!!!) and does not seem to support autosave to default location
Would be happy about further ideas to solve this - a real solution must be able to do 1,2 and 3. OStriking the shortcutkey has to result in a screenshot.
and just to top it off - an old version of chrome is no solution eighter, as the web-store won't accept it - so there's the next obsticle ... what a crazy world