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    this thing has not been tested with any other browser besides IE 6. Let me install some other browsers and do some bug-fixing.

  2. #22

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    New version of the script can be found at:

    http://leech.bubblenut.org/v0.06/urlencode.php

    This will hopefully address the 'right-click and save' issue some of you have mentioned, though you can still do a printscreen or take a pic of the monitor

    Once again, I've not tested it with other browsers other than IE 6, so please report any problems.

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    Actually, there's good alternative. Rasterize the image into Flash, and locked the file. When you try to save as, you will only save the .swf file, and if you locked it, only the copy of Flash that the owner has will be able to edit the file. (That is, assuming the owner isn't using a pirated copy).

    The other downside is that image quality may go down if you want to keep the .swf file small.

  4. #24

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    Originally posted by Prismatic
    Actually, there's good alternative. Rasterize the image into Flash, and locked the file. When you try to save as, you will only save the .swf file, and if you locked it, only the copy of Flash that the owner has will be able to edit the file. (That is, assuming the owner isn't using a pirated copy).

    The other downside is that image quality may go down if you want to keep the .swf file small.
    try this:

    Test

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