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Will Link for Screenshots

Quick announcement that I will be posting an article featuring a diverse screenshot gallery of the new design. To accomplish this, I need screenshots from as many different operating systems and browsers as possible. Currently, I have access to the following browsers:

Windows XP (Home, SP1)

  • Firefox 1.5.0 & 2.0.0
  • Opera 8.54 & 9.50
  • Internet Explorer 7.0
  • Google Chrome 0.2.149
  • Flock 0.4.9 (yeah, I know)

Mac OS X (10.4.8)

  • Firefox 3.0.1
  • Opera 9.23
  • Safari 2.0.4
  • Camino 1.0.3

Thus, I need screenshots of the Perishable Press home page on any browser/platform not listed. I am doing this not only for the sake of prosperity, but for cross-browser accuracy as well.

To participate, send your screenshot(s) along with the URL for your site. After a week or so of soliciting for screenshots, I will post the collection along with links for everyone who helped. It’s a bribe, I know, but I want those screenshots, so send ‘em in, people!

Jeff Starr
About the Author Jeff Starr = Creative thinker. Passionate about free and open Web.
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19 responses
  1. Have you tried browsershots.org, that should provide you with most of the screen shots you want.

  2. Firefox 3.0.3, WinXP, 1280×1024, full page:
    http://nukeit.org/images/perishablepress_com.png

  3. Firefox 3.1b1pre (CE build), WinXP, 1280×1024, visible area only:
    http://nukeit.org/images/perishablepress_com_ff31b1pre.png

    K-Meleon 1.5.0, WinXP, 1280×1024, visible area only:
    http://nukeit.org/images/perishablepress_com_kmeleon.png

    I took this as an afterthought since k-meleon often gives problems (as you can see) feel free to delete these links when you’re done :)

    browsershots is great, but the wait time for unusual browsers is a pain, often nearing an hour or so for a full set of screens

  4. I can help you with IE6 on Windows XP (yep, I don’t find it worth to upgrade, and I also need IE6 for fixing bugs in my designs), and Firefox on Ubuntu Linux.

    But then again, Browsershots should be pretty good (I use it often) as comment#1 points out.

  5. Hi Jeff,

    this is the link to my screenshot of your website:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/aldolat/2906252081/

    Taken from Ubuntu 8.04.1 and Firefox 3.0.3

  6. Electronic informations October 2, 2008 @ 4:24 am

    Can u let me know where u will place the snapshot and what will be the advantage for u if u do this.

  7. Paul Walker October 2, 2008 @ 4:51 am

    I got four; though three of them are webkit based.

    Fluid 0.9.3.2: http://img258.imageshack.us/img258/2744/fluidpi3.png
    Stainless 0.1: http://img148.imageshack.us/img148/8476/stainlessml3.png
    Mobile Safari (2.0?): http://img135.imageshack.us/img135/2415/mobilesafariiz6.png
    LYNX 2.8.7d9: http://img139.imageshack.us/img139/5497/lynxff8.png
    Safari 4 build 5526.11.2: http://img60.imageshack.us/img60/9466/safarida4.png

    All of these are on Mac OS 10.5.5

  8. Attached to an email sent to jeff@…

    Safari 3.1.1 on XP SP3 at 1024×768.

    ;)

  9. For good measure, check your jeff@ for Opera 9.52 on these OSs:

    Windows 2000 Professional SP4 (VM)

    Windows 98 Second Edition

    ;)

  10. Here are a couple for you (looks great in both):

    Firefox 2.0.0.17 on Linux (on Kubuntu 7.10)
    http://media.altj.org/200810/pp-ff.png

    Konqueror 3.5.8 on Linux (on Kubuntu 7.10) http://media.altj.org/200810/pp-konq.png

    I might be able to get you a Firefox 3 on Linux later tonight.

  11. MrGhana.com October 3, 2008 @ 7:07 am

    Why don’t you try http://browsershots.org/ ? They can help with almost every browser/ OS combination and resolutions.
    Works tremendously well.

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