Adobe BrowserLab Gets New Features – Save Locally and Screenshot Delay

Written By Sam on 15 January 2010
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BrowserLab is a very useful online service from Adobe which helps you to test your website on multiple browsers and Operating Systems. Today Adobe released an update to BrowserLab which includes the ability to save the test screenshots locally. With this feature screenshot renderings generated by BrowserLab, in either 1-up or 2-up views, can be saved as jpeg files on a local hard drive for easy reference.

Adobe BrowserLab Gets New Features - Save Locally and Screenshot Delay

There is also an update for the Dreamweaver CS4 users which brings in the BrowserLab extensions. So if you are a Dreamweaver user you can download the extensions to use the service directly from Dreamweaver. With this extensions you can preview Javascript menus, Ajax data and other local content.

New Features in Adobe BrowserLab

  • New Browser Support – Added latest browsers to the list which includes Internet Explorer 8, Chrome 3.0, Safari 4 and Firefox 3.5.
  • Rulers and Guides – Added rulers on the X and Y axes for more precision. Also added movable guides.
  • Move and Pan – Helps you to move to any area of a screenshot.
  • Screenshot Delay – This feature allows you to pause rendering of a screenshot by up to 10 seconds for video-based content which requires time to let content load.

Currently Adobe BrowserLab is in a Limited Free Preview. So just head over to https://browserlab.adobe.com to give it a try.

2 Responses to “Adobe BrowserLab Gets New Features – Save Locally and Screenshot Delay”

  1. BrowserSeal says:

    It’s about time, competing services, such as BrowserSeal, had this functionality for ages

  2. nitinsingh says:

    BrowserLab is a very useful online service from Adobe &competing services.

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