If you’re making presentation or demonstration something on the web, then screen annotation tools are very helpful to point out in your presentation. You can draw on web pages and the screen annotation tool will be your presentation assistant. You can easily make notes on web pages and use it as a web drawing app on a internet webpage.
Screen Draw is a Firefox plugin that allows a user to type or draw on any webpage viewed in Firefox. This is ideal for those that want to annotate a web page and can be very handy when doing professional development or presenting to a class.
You can draw on the webpage and these “drawings” can also be saved in one click. You can either capture the visible area or the whole page. So this acts as a two in one extension that can be used as a screen annotation tool and screen capture addon for Firefox.
Once you’ve installed, you can find it on the toolbar, select the Screen Draw icon. Just click it to start with your drawings on the webpage. You can change the color, size, brushes and erase it. You can also add text to your markings and finally save them.
As already said above, you can save it partially on the visible area or the full page. So this extension can be used to capture screen pages on Firefox as well use it presentation assistant. On the settings (tools > add-ons > screen draw > options) of Screen Draw extension, you can change the default brush size, color and save mode.
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