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File size:
2.60 MB
741 (1.0b4)
April 3, 2017
April 6, 2017

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What's New

Note: 1.0b4 requires macOS 10.9 or later

If you're updating from 0.6.7 or earlier, you will need to download manually here.


  • Fixes
    • Fixed capturing on macOS 10.11.


  • New Features
    • Added an Advanced preference to enable WebKit’s “Inspect Element” menu item.
    • Supports HTTP basic/digest auth in the capture window while browsing (capturing the page without quitting will work).
  • Fixes
    • Fixed URLs with ports being parsed incorrectly. (Punycode-Cocoa 24df025)
    • Fixed Paparazzi!’s system services (Capture URL and Add to Batch Capture).
    • Batch item descriptions now update live when their per-item settings are changed.
    • Settings popovers can now be shown when their toolbar buttons are in the toolbar’s overflow menu.
    • The batch list now properly saves per-item settings on quit.
    • Minor accessibility fixes.


  • New Features
    • Preliminary Touch Bar support in capture and batch windows.
  • Fixes
    • Fixed the AppleScript open location command.
    • Fixed setting the min/max sizes to 0,0 when none was passed in when using AppleScript.
    • Fixed (null) appearing in empty-path’d batch item URLs.


  • New Features
    • pzi command-line tool. Install via Preferences → Terminal. (Not finished.)
    • Added a proper browsing mode.
    • Added %U filename format token for URL without “http://www.” For example, “” will become “” and “” will become “”.
    • Added preview thumbs to single-capture OS X user notifications.
    • Added a “Reload” menu item and optional toolbar button.
    • Added a “Settings” toolbar item to the capture window, which behaves like the one on the batch window. Space saver!
    • Added a preference for what to do on launch/activation when no windows are open: Open a new capture window (default), open the batch window, or do nothing.
    • Toolbar buttons in capture windows now have overflow representations.
    • Batch window now saves its state; this should help make occasional crashes in WebKit more recoverable.
    • Capture windows can now automatically crop to an element, specified by ID.
    • Batch items can now have their own settings.
    • Scripting: Capture windows, the batch window, and batch items have a capture settings property, which encapsulates all of their capture settings.
    • Crop size is now crop rect.
    • Added the ability to define a crop CSS selector: e.g., to crop to an element with a particular ID, set to “#foo”.
    • The Safari bookmark importer now imports bookmark favicons.
    • More flexible manual date formatting using the Unicode date formatting standard UTS #35: e.g., %{date:yyyy-MM-dd}.
    • “Where from:” is now set on saved images.
    • Favicons for Safari bookmarks are now shown.
    • Support for tabs on macOS Sierra.
    • The “Capture” Automator action now returns a custom object representing the window the capture was performed in; you can pass this to the “Save” action to save a specific window’s captured image.
  • Fixes
    • Ditched buggy pattern-phase drawing in favor of manual tiling for custom progress bars.
    • Capturing now resolves alias files.
    • Batch capture now saves images in the background, improving responsiveness.
    • Capturing a new page whose URL differs only by URL fragment works now.
    • Added a basic license.
  • Changes
    • Now requires OS X 10.9 or higher (and therefore a 64-bit Mac).
    • Moved to ARC.
    • Batch window can now be made full-screen.
    • Removed the batch extensions preference; I don’t think anybody was using it.
    • Batch table is now view-based instead of cell-based.
    • Batch table now allows vertical movement to begin drags.
    • Removed “Capture From” items from the Dock menu as they were causing problems.
    • Removed “get URL” and “open URL” from the scripting dictionary; use the standard “open location” instead. This better matches the behavior of browsers.
    • Optimized Firefox bookmark importing a bit.
  • Lots of things I probably forgot.

Paparazzi (org.derailer.paparazzi) is a Mac software application that has been discovered and submitted by users of Aploader. The latest version that our users have reported running on their systems is Paparazzi 741. The most popular version of this application used by our users is Paparazzi 770.

Operating System: Mac

Default Install Path: /Applications/Paparazzi!.app

Bundle Identifier: Paparazzi! (org.derailer.Paparazzi)

Minimum OS version: 10.6.0