Monthly Archives: July 2010
|23 July 2010||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
Quick tip. Sometimes, you might want to capture and save entire web page as an image file. Normally, if you take a screenshot using the ‘Print Screen’ key, you can only capture what is displayed on your screen. If you are a Google Chrome user, you are lucky because there is a helpful extension available to help you to save entire web page as an image.
Webpage Screenshot, an extension for Google Chrome, will let you save a web page as image. The extension will save a long web page as a single image. Because the extension ran on the browser itself, you can actually save a web page that requires you to log on.
|22 July 2010||Posted by whiztech under Uncategorized|
For most average computer users, the most passive mouse button is usually the middle one. The middle button is usually used to scroll documents or web pages, and almost for nothing else. In case you are wondering if you can put the middle mouse button to a good use, you might want to try MouseExtender.
MouseExtender is a small program that ran on the system tray and it will display a nice menu that contains shortcuts to file, program, folder and URL by clicking the middle mouse button. You can group shortcuts which belong in same category using tabs.
By default, MouseExtender will override other programs’ function that uses the middle mouse button. For example, clicking the middle button on webpage in a web browser will gives you the ability to scroll the webpage using the cursor, and when you’re running MouseExtender, it will bypass this function and displays shortcuts. However, MouseExtender allows you to exclude programs from displaying the shortcuts and let the program uses its default middle click function.