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Screenshot addon Abduction fixed for Latest Mozilla Firefox 37

By | 11th April, 2015 | 0 Comments

This is a quick upload for the Mozilla Firefox plugin that allows you to take screenshots of the webpage you’re on. This comes in handy to save screenshots of your work or problems to report to web developers. As a web developer this really does come in handy to make and show mock designs. So this plugin has stopped updating for some time now and newer versions of Firefox shows up a error that doesn’t allow the plugin to save the image to the drive.

mozilla firefox abduction addon fix

So I’ve uploaded the fixed XPI file to box so you can start using it right away just by replacing the file in the Firefox profiles extension directory. The file hasn’t been modified in any way except for the modification described here.


Firefox Extension locations



For Ubuntu:


Backup the file named “{b0e1b4a6-2c6f-4e99-94f2-8e625d7ae255}.xpi” to a safe location so you can replace it later if you want to. Place the downloaded file to the folder and restart Mozilla Firefox.

Now your addon should work like it should and you’ll be able to save files like you used to.

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