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You can write a small shell script (~5 lines) to launch a browser and capture the window with imagemagick's import. I use this for Firefox: firefox -no-remote "$1" & sleep 10 window_id=$(xwininfo -tree -root | grep Navigator | awk '{print $1}') import -window $window_id "$1.png" wmctrl -c Firefox The only unusual thing here is using wmctrl instead of ...


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As of December 2014, the best options for cross-browser CSS regression testing seem to be: CrossBrowserTesting.com Proprietary cloud service; Costs money Sounds like it can do the diff-ing and approval management and norm/reference/baseline tracking for you? I haven't actually tried this service out. WebdriverCSS A Selenium-based tool that offers a web ...


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There are two main types of multitasking: Cooperative - where code explicitly calls a function to say "do something else now" Pre-emptive - where the threading system automatically stops one thread to allow another to run These days, most multitasking code is pre-emptive, although event driven code (e.g. Twisted) is cooperative. I do remember using ...



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