Capture Scrolling Window


Why do not insert the capture of a full scrolling window?




arrrghhh arrrghhh
April 22, 2020, 4:01 PM

@Alex W, perhaps you would prefer to use an application like ShareX? It's free, open-source, and has this feature.

I find Greenshot is easier to use, although I am also used to using it so it may just be a learning curve thing.

I love Greenshot, but it seems ShareX is more actively developed.

August 20, 2020, 2:29 AM

I would like to capture a full scrolling window too. Is this feature going to be implemented? I see the oldest comment date was February 19, 2011, 8:59 PM, 9 years have passed kindly update us if this is going to be implemented and when will it happen.

I love Greenshot as it is easy to use but I do need to capture full scrolling window, I might switch to ShareX if this feature is not going to be implemented. Thanks

Jack Dempsey
September 7, 2020, 12:00 PM

I would also like this feature. I would use it in conjunction with region capture. Where I would select a region, and then scroll down manually until I have included all the content in the screenshot. Very useful for capturing multi-page documents and you want to include all the information inside one image.

Colin Sanders
September 20, 2020, 1:10 AM

If I could have multiple votes on this feature request I would - on behalf multiple friends that use Greenshot.

Apart from my own desire for this missing key feature, it is the question I most often get asked … “How do I capture the rest of my page in Greenshot?”

PLEASE can someone run with incorporating this, its been asked for, for years and has almost 30 people watching it.

And for other users who read this post … don't forget to donate something toward continued development!
Personally, I make it a policy of each new system I install on, I donate $10 … its not a big ask!

October 10, 2020, 10:15 PM

It would be better if there were a bounty system so the developers don’t get the money until they implement it. I need this feature quite frequently, and get around it by taking multiple screenshots and stitching them together with Image Composite Editor.




Robin Krom