I know I said that 0.7.2 will be the last free version available. However, I changed my mind after finding a pretty bad bug in it.
- CLI: Actually provide the –output parameter so that you can specify the output file name
One step closer to a 1.0 release folks!
- CORE: Rearchitected Build Process that should make for a more reliable build
- CLI: New Progress Bar meter
Yet another new version of WebView Snapshot!
Here’s the basic changelog:
- CORE: Removed all the console cruft that
- CLI: Use a new method parsing options. As a side benefit, you also have a –help parameter as well as simple type checking (wrong type == crash though.. still need to fix that)
- GUI: Smaller binary and slightly faster execution since the console-only code won’t run.. at all
I only released the first beta yesterday, and a bugfix release earlier this morning, and now we have a new feature release (but a small new feature, but a very useful one).
- CORE: Add a new “constrain to height” parameter to the rendering engine – allows for screenshots of a certain height.
- GUI: Expose the width and height properties in a new tab. Note: unless constrain to height is checked, the height property is only used by the engine to render and layout the webpage.
- GUI: Expose the constrain parameter
- CLI: Expose the height parameter
- CLI: Expose the constrain parameter
- GUI: Fix memory leak that happened when opening the About dialog.
I just updated WebView Snapshot to version 0.6.1, which fixes a few bugs:
- Adds missing “About” dialog
- Fixes a memory leak
- Disables the “Start” button while image creation is processing
- Disables resizing of the window.
The first beta release of WebView Snapshot is available for download immediately.
- Saving a website as an image
- Command line interface to save a website as an image
What doesn’t work:
- The GUI version’s UI isn’t finished and doesn’t expose all of the options yet
- Content rendered via plugins isn’t working yet. I’m working on it, promise!
- No Linux or Mac builds yet.
We use the LGPL’ed Qt 4.5.2. I’d rather you download their source from their website
, but if you must, and to comply with the LGPL, you can download Qt 4.5.2