This doesn't answer the question of integrating GIMP with your browser but something to consider is this:

If you are on a WIN platform, the snipping tool image can be saved as a JPG or a PNG. PNG will give you a noticeably better image than JPG, especially with type. Take a look at something at 500%.

Rick Strong

-----Original Message----- From: jwes
Sent: Tuesday, September 13, 2016 1:51 AM
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Subject: [Gimp-user] Integrate gimp and browser

I frequently work with scanned or photographed handwritten documents and have found and written tools for GIMP that make them more readable. This works for files, but I also often read documents online. I would like to apply the same tools to images in my browser but I am not sure where to start. Print screen and
paste does not work because of loss of resolution. Is there a browser that
allows me to route the screen through GIMP? Is there a way to display web pages
in GIMP? Is there something clever I haven't thought of?

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