For screen shots of just browser windows, like Chrome, the NIMBUS screenshot does an excellent job of capturing those web-pages, where parts of the page are missing, WHEN you try and do a simple windows "Print-Screen". It also does an excellent job of also being able to capture an entire webpage, when a webpage is several pages longCurious:
# how do you mean "where parts of the page are missing" ? Do you mean they off-screen i.e. need scrolling?
# have you tried Screenshot Captor (SC) for scrolling capture? Can you compare?
Sometimes when you try to do a simple Print (CTRL + D) of a webpage, like after you purchase something online and the vendor's webpage shows a receipt number and download links, or such, I have found that sometimes part of the print out is missing.
When using just a simple "Print" command.
A good example are some emails I received. tried to print out a copy listing software keys and download links. But the pages were like truncated; with part of the page omitted from the print out.
Anyway, I noticed that for grabbing a complete webpage, that using Chrome with the Nimbus extension will grab everything "as it appears" on your web browser. Whether you are looking at an email like yahoo or gmail, or a webpage.
(I do have to credit Mike Bazzell and his OSINT newsletter for the Nimbus extension tip. I had not heard of it until a few weeks ago. Now I use it with all my computers).
I don't know what types of webpages are the ones that will or won't print out everything you see, as i'm not a web builder.
But I am glad to see an extension that saves me from having to do screenshots and/or Cut 'N pastes of pages, just to get all pertinent details.