Copying/printing protected pictures


#1

Bearing in mind that I’m pretty computer illiterate, can anyone tell me how to download or at least print a picture on the net that pops up with a little message saying (in Chinese) something about it being copy protected. Here’s the picture I want url=http://64.4.8.250/cgi-bin/linkrd?_lang=EN&lah=7709ca8ea4f627325ce7f63671e64838&lat=1022949316&hm___action=http%3a%2f%2fverywed%2ecom%2falbum%2fviewImg%2ephp%3fid%3d11949%26alb%20umID%3d2294%26imageID%3d51219[/url]

Bri


#2

That’s a link to a hotmail server, which in turn seems to point to the thing you want to print. You’ll have to post the absolute URL if you want help. Should start with http://www.verywed.com


#3

Thanks for pointing that out. For some reason the Oriented forum’s URL function doesn’t sem to be working for me. Here’s the real URL:
http://verywed.com/album/viewImg.php?id=11949&albumID=2294&imageID=51219

Bri


#4

Ctrl and the print screen button … then open any image viewer and press ctrl v - then you will have any actualy screen shot … you can iether just print the whole image or just cut out that loveley lade in red and then print it.


#5

Now you can right click & save Your welcome …


#6

Thanks heaps mate.

Bri


#7

Try this, too. It works on your web page.

the ‘no right click’ is not completely disabled

try it for yourself:

right click to get the alert -
(1) then left click the OK and hold it so the button’s pressed -
(2) then right click and hold so both mouse buttons are pressed -
(3) then let go of left click so alert disappears and
(4) then let go right click - there you go - the right click context menu
(do the 4 actions in 1 fluid motion)

Source: http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Senate/6173/nortclik.txt


#8

And something that works with most media files (except a few streaming formats):
Locate the directory where your browser stores its cached files. Reload the page containing the content you are interested in and go tothat directory. Arrange the files by date. The browser is not using the original file names and might even change the extension, but it should be no problem to locate the wanted file and process it as wished…


#9
quote:
right click to get the alert - (1) then left click the OK and hold it so the button's pressed - (2) then right click and hold so both mouse buttons are pressed - (3) then let go of left click so alert disappears and (4) then let go right click - there you go - the right click context menu (do the 4 actions in 1 fluid motion)

It works! Very cool.

Bri


#10
quote:
Originally posted by Bu Lai En: It works! Very cool.

It does work with that page. However, I found it that some sites are protected against that trick. I found away round it using Bugnosis. The bugnosis program (which only works with Internet Explorer 5+) is meant to draw your attention to potential privacy-compromising web bugs, which might be in the form of one-pixel transparent gifs. A side effect is that Bugnosis’ web page analysis lists the URLs of every picture on the web page. Then you just cut and paste the URL of the picture you want into your browser bar, press enter and Bob’s your uncle! There must be other programs you can use for this, like Microsoft’s power toys for Internet Explorer.