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7anthea7 wrote:Mr Carly has his copyright well protected... :wink:
not quite well enough though... PrintScreen & paste on Paint, anyone? :twisted: :twisted:

although i'm sure there are far more elegant ways of saving the pics :oops:
7anthea7 wrote:However, you can go here, scroll to the bottom of the page and check out 12974 and 12975.
thankee! :notworthy: :notworthy:
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Haha, there is THE easyest way for saving pics from that site. Open it with IE, put the mouse pointer over the pics and in the top left corner 4 options will appear. Just click the blue disk and there you go. :)
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Brace wrote:Haha, there is THE easyest way for saving pics from that site. Open it with IE, put the mouse pointer over the pics and in the top left corner 4 options will appear. Just click the blue disk and there you go. :)
Not with my OS...but it's a dinosaur, so that's no great surprise. :|
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no luck with mine either :(
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..or rightclick and pick "save image" :roll:
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eotunun wrote:..or rightclick and pick "save image" :roll:
That doesn´t work here.. Just close it and re-open the site..then it should work better..*hust*... :innocent:
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Moakahontas wrote:
eotunun wrote:..or rightclick and pick "save image" :roll:
That doesn't work here..
That's why I said he has his copyright well protected...
And also wrote:Just close it and re-open the site..then it should work better..*hust*... :innocent:
Mmm, tried that, long ago...I managed to copy one the first time I ever accessed the site. Haven't been able to do so since. Image
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there are a gazillion ways... some you need to be a bit more techie for though.

maybe try a different browser? eg: firefox, opera, safari, etc

or ifyou must stick with IE, go to the toolbar & select tools -> view source, locate the url of the jog in question and then paste the image address back into the address bar instead of the page address...

seriously, there are ways that aren't that hard :)
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heh heh heee! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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i'm wander what medicine you've got for that:
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and who's that guy anyway :roll: :lol:
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lachert wrote:i'm wander what medicine you've got for that:
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uh huh... houston, we have a problem. :?

you couldn't let me bask in my (admittedly rather small and insignificant) glory, could you? :lol:
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LouLou wrote: you couldn't let me bask in my (admittedly rather small and insignificant) glory, could you? :lol:
it's m*****n impossible so don't you warry :lol:
the shorter way for internet explorer users is klick right on the thumbail photo and choose "open source/link in new window" or something and then save it ;D
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Quiff Boy wrote:there are a gazillion ways... some you need to be a bit more techie for though.

maybe try a different browser? eg: firefox, opera, safari, etc

or if you must stick with IE, go to the toolbar & select tools -> view source, locate the url of the jog in question and then paste the image address back into the address bar instead of the page address...

seriously, there are ways that aren't that hard :)
I always use Firefox - IE sucks dead rat through a straw. :twisted:

So...call me slow. :oops: The other suggestions don't work, but all I have to do is open it in a new window...Image

It's clumsy, but it does the job. Thanks for putting me n the right track, Boss! :D
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what i did was right click on the thumbnail, select properties, copy the address and paste it on the address bar (then save it, obviously).

i'll give the source code thingy a try too :D
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Right-clicking works for me.
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LouLou wrote:what i did was right click on the thumbnail, select properties, copy the address and paste it on the address bar (then save it, obviously).
As I suffer from repetitive stress syndrome, I go with whatever involves the lowest number of motions...It's amazing how being perpetually injured affects the way one's brain works. :urff:
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LouLou wrote:Image

heh heh heee! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
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Robert P. wrote: "Don´t eat the microphone!"
:lol: :notworthy: :lol:

sorry, too late...

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:eek: ...oh.my.god.


Funny, I don´t like him WITH hair... :roll: ..he looks much better now..don´t you think so?
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erm... i think we might like to agree to disagree on that one :)
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LouLou wrote:erm... i think we might like to agree to disagree on that one :)
I've liked him with pretty much everything he's ever done to his head - with the exception of the short-lived perm. :urff:

But I do think the vast majority prefer hair, and lots of it...
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7anthea7 wrote:
LouLou wrote:erm... i think we might like to agree to disagree on that one :)
I've liked him with pretty much everything he's ever done to his head - with the exception of the short-lived perm. :urff:
oh, THE PERM! i'd forgotten about the perm - or chose to forget about it. it was truly awful! what on earth was he thinking of? :lol: :lol: :lol:
7anthea7 wrote:But I do think the vast majority prefer hair, and lots of it...
yes, please! but only on his head. i'm not a big fan of the beard & white suit combo either! :urff:
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7anthea7 wrote: ... - with the exception of the short-lived perm. :urff:
:lol: yeah, I remember that ... :lol:

but I don't really mind looks. The prettiest face can turn into ... :evil: or :urff: - or something like Another Shade of ...
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LouLou wrote:i'm not a big fan of the beard & white suit combo either! :urff:
Oh, I beg to differ on that - I loved the Thin White Duck phase...
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LouLou wrote:i'm not a big fan of the beard & white suit combo either! :urff:
At that time, I found it quite a provocative joke ... :twisted: :lol: :lol:

What I didn't like was that ludicrous silver stage dress for everyone in the band ... :urff: :urff: :urff:
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