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How I extract Photos from a Webpages

Discussion in 'ratDVD discussion, help and suggestions' started by pedrojuan, Jul 13, 2008.

  1. pedrojuan

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    How I extract Photos from a Webpages
     
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    Put your cursor on the picture you want to save and right-click then select "Save Image as". If when you right click a warning pops up that says "Right click Disabled" or something to that effect, disable Java and Javascript. Then try right clicking again.


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    The right click doesn't work and no text is display.

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    Some websites disable the "Right Click" feature. But, you could use a screen capture program.
     
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    Dear Pedrojuan.

    It's MUCH easier than that - and you'll kick yourself when I tell you! You can just drag'n'drop the pictures from the webpage to the desktop, if you're using Windows XP!! Just click on the picture with the left button - if it's a link, that doesn't matter as long as you keep the button pressed in - and roll the mouse pointer, which will now be a circle with a diagonal bar through it, onto the desktop. Then release the button.

    The picture will appear on the desktop! No screen capture or any other kind of program required.

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