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  • 81.
    Remove the 32 bpp setting and use 24 bpp instead. You can try to run shotfactory.py -vvv (for very very verbose output) to see the exact commands that the shotfactory script is trying to run.
  • 82.
    %(seconds)d s
  • 83.
    Your screenshots are private (only you will see them, or somebody who already knows your URL).
  • 84.
    Thank you for visiting this page. We are currently working on it at the moment but we will try our best to launch it soon. Please come back again later.
  • 85.
    Browser Groups
  • 86.
    Save testing preferences to presets...
  • 87.
    Click on the error code for documentation, or the error message to see the screenshot.
  • 88.
    Simple filename required.
  • 89.
    Browsershots has a multi-language interface to make it more personal for all users around the world. If you would like to help us do some translations, please drop a message to <a href="mailto:[email protected]">tr[email protected]</a>
  • 90.
    If you really can't get Python to run on your computer, you could write your own screenshot factory in your favorite programming language, according to the <a href="/documentation#FactoryInterface">FactoryInterface</a> specification.
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