The aim of this thread here is to work out a short how-to that explains how to solve this task using the Pale Moon browser.
Currently Pale Moon doesn't seem to offer any obvious GUI function for this. Activating the "screenshots" function in the developers' section via GUI hasn't worked here either.
But what worked o.k. in a way was the following:
Press Shift+F2, and you'll see some sort of browser command line opening at the bottom of your browser window.
You can alternatively get there via GUI. I currently have to help a friend fix his system, which has a German language version of Pale Moon on it. On that system, the GUI way to get there is Extras -> Web-Entwickler -> Entwickler-Symbolleiste. (As I have been told, "Entwickler-Symbolleiste" is some faulty translation.)
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screenshot --fullpage [file name you wish for your screenshot]
That's it. You'll get a PNG file.
The very huge downside of this method is that you get only the actual page, not the browser window itself, nor anything else. So in your PNG you won't see even the first part of the URL your screenshot is from, nor will you have any chance of seeing the state of your system's clock (which would be nice in order to have some kind of documentation that shows when the screenshot was taken.)
Unfortunately Pale Moon doesn't seem to write those pieces of information into the PNG's EXIF data either.
There might be more options for the "screenshot" command. Unfortunately I couldn't find any documentation about that.
In case anyone knows where to find documentation of the "screenshot" command, please post the link here if you wish.