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(BusinessWeek)   "For the past decade or so, the best defense Getty Images could find against the right-click button on your mouse - home of the copy and save functions - has been a team of scary lawyers. But now it is embracing embeddable images"   (businessweek.com) divider line 3
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2014-06-24 01:09:40 AM  
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It's really easy to get around a disabled save in the right in Firefox, just right click, view page info, then choose the media tab and look through the links and find what you're looking for, copy it, paste it in the address bar, and then you can just save it.
2014-06-24 12:09:50 AM  
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Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: FriarReb98: So what you're saying is that now I'll have to hit print screen and crop the images I want? Bastards!!

I have Adblock and I can click save almost anything, embedded or not.


Inspect element can snag embeddable ones too
2014-06-23 10:46:29 PM  
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Snarcoleptic_Hoosier: FriarReb98: So what you're saying is that now I'll have to hit print screen and crop the images I want? Bastards!!

I have Adblock and I can click save almost anything, embedded or not.


Snipping tool actually works quite well.
 
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