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    script that prevent user copy picture(also works in xp)?

    hi...i there anybody know the "no right click script" that also can work in windows xp as well?bcoz i found lots of no right click scripts,but all is not working in xp.
    what i meant is the code is actually working ,is just that..we are still be able to copy the picture ..because if we using windows xp,if we mouse over a picture ,a small window will come out and enable us to save the picture.
    so is there any script to prevent that?(nt necesarrily have to be a no right click script)
    thx alot

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    I think you're referring to the "image toolbar". It's a browser feature available via (in IE 6):

    TOOLS / INTERNET OPTIONS..... / ADVANCED / MULTIMEDIA / "ENABLE IMAGE TOOLBAR"
    Seeing that it requires a restart to enable and disable, it's highly unlikely you'll find a way to disable it on a visitors browser.
    I have a question about the toolbar, though: How come it is only triggered on some images and not others? I haven't figured out yet whether it's triggered via file size, or screen area or what. It just appears on some images and not on others. Another IE bug?

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    You can diable the toolbar with a meta tag

    HTML Code:
    <META HTTP-EQUIV="imagetoolbar" CONTENT="no">
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    You can also add it to the specific image tag:
    <img src="imageone.jpg" GALLERYIMG="no">

    but keep in mind that no matter what you do, someone will be able to get your image. There is always a way around it
    http://www.vortex-webdesign.com/help/hidesource.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuietDean
    You can diable the toolbar with a meta tag

    HTML Code:
    <META HTTP-EQUIV="imagetoolbar" CONTENT="no">
    I didn't know that.
    I'm curious. When the user enables/disables it manually it requires a restart. How come it can be enabled/disabled by html without a restart.
    Is there a comprehensive list of what and how things can be disabled in the browser?

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    As its an Internet Explorer-specific tag (only put in because of the uproar from webmasters etc) , I am not sure how it works

    to be honest, I have not come across any lists showing these 'trick' tags. They are basically 'bodge jobs'

    I'll try a google.
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    I havent tried it, but I have a program (Webmaster Tools from www.sawpit.net) which contains a script that will basically cover an image with a transparent image. When someone goes to right click and save, they are actually saving the clear image, not your main image. Might be something to try.

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    Actually they also offer:
    http://www.flowerfire.com/image2html/

    If you image is not too big - it is pretty cool. The only way to get the image at this point would be to take a screen shot



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