WebSplash
WebSplash
0.51

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WebSplash free download for Mac

WebSplash0.51

27 May 2008

Surf the Web and grab content from sites.

Overview

WebSplash allows you to surf the Web in an integrated browser, and grab content, such as images, Flash or snippets directly from any displayed Web site. All of these features are embedded in an intuitive application, that utilizes the most current Mac OS technology.

What's new in WebSplash

Version 0.51 brings over 30 bug fixes and optimizations. Also now automatically checks for updates.

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3 Reviews of WebSplash

cliveb
16 December 2011
Version: 0.51

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This progam implies that it is legal to steal images from the Internet. Just because an image is displayed on a website does not mean that it is in the public domain: it is not. All images are the copyright of someone. Some owners of copyright images may pass their images into the public domain. In all other cases permission from the copyright holder should be sought before any publication of the images. Remember, breach of copyright can be a criminal as well as a civil offence and can result in severe sentences and or damages. See the Copyright, Design & Patent Act, 1988.
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martinb2
21 November 2012
Version: 0.51
If you must grab a screenshot from a web side (and your are the owner of the web side or have the legal rights), then this tool is not really helpful - if I did not miss something: every resource must be grabbed / downloaded as single step. Only images (?) can be downloaded and not all images in one step. And the application must be installed (un-secure because it could install things e.g. in the system) instead of just launching it. After some search I found SiteSucker which does exactly what I want: grab a web side with all (!) resources.
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cliveb
16 December 2011
Version: 0.51
This progam implies that it is legal to steal images from the Internet. Just because an image is displayed on a website does not mean that it is in the public domain: it is not. All images are the copyright of someone. Some owners of copyright images may pass their images into the public domain. In all other cases permission from the copyright holder should be sought before any publication of the images. Remember, breach of copyright can be a criminal as well as a civil offence and can result in severe sentences and or damages. See the Copyright, Design & Patent Act, 1988.
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Winsux
13 May 2008
Version: 0.5
This application allows you to organize many types of media on the Web in a library. Like iTunes you can have (smart) folders and sort those by various criteria. Media types include images, portions of websites and flash games. The flash support makes this application extremely useful, if you like flash games. Not only that you can always access those games quickly, but you can also play in fullscreen and with various effects. Despite the low version number of 0.5 the application seem quite mature an ready for productive use. There are some minor bugs though. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to support youtube videos, which would be a great enhancement. But all in all very promising, you will love it!
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