Image Fetcher Provides One Click Save Image in Firefox

March 24, 2010 | Filed under Firefox, Imaging


Saving images that you find on any website using any web browser is possible by right clicking on the image and select save image as or similar methods on other browsers. It is probably the most neatest way to put this feature on the right click context menu and it is also easy if you need to save several images that you like. However if you are an image leecher that saves hundreds or thousands of images per day without using the auto batch downloader, then you can make the image saving easier by reducing the right click.

By installing Image Fetcher, all you need to do is place the mouse cursor over the image and a Save button will appear. Clicking on the button will let you browse where you want to save the image to. To think about it, whether use Image Fetcher or not, both also requires one click to save the image but with this extension, you don’t need to search for the “Save Image As” from the long list of right click context menu.

Firefox Easy Save Image

This addon might not be the real solution to batch download images but it can offer a convenient and comfortable way to save image using Firefox.

Download Image Fetcher


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  1. Salvar uma página da web como imagem….

    Precisa salvar uma página da internet para enviar por email? Se já tentou salvar a página pelo menu do navegador e ela fica toda quebrada, o ideal é usar uma extensão do Firefox que possa salvar em imagem a tela da internet. Há muitas extensões que faz…

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