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Description: Web Thummer is a Web site capture tool that outputs any size JPG file of a given HTML document, local or remote. It can automate the process of capturing hundreds of documents into thumbnail sized OR full size, FULL LENGTH images for purposes ranging from visual indexing, to archiving. Webmasters can present links in a visual fashion, and template designers can rapidly turn folders full of template files into thumbnails sized images for display. Local file functions can scan folders (recursively or not), to generate images of any size, directly in their respective folders.
Web Thummer will save you substantially more than it's selling price in terms of time, the very first time you use it. Thummer is extremely easy to use, and the speed at which it works is a relief to anyone who has ever done this the old fashion way. And Thummer's FULL LENGTH mode will amuse even the Web veteran.
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