Zivity... how do you save images

Wed, May 19 2010 16:50
theGambler007
Posts 971
Anyone here a member? I am trying to save pictures but it won't let me. It's like all in java or something
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Thu, May 20 2010 12:32
duffybird
Posts 264
Dont know that one but try to check if the file location is either showing in page source or otherwise open the pix with your browser and harvest them from the cache or temp files. everything you check out eventually lands somewhere on your harddisk. you just need to find where it's stored and then move the files to wherever you want them on your drive. (if you create a batch you could even do this semi automatic ;-)
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Thu, May 20 2010 12:55
duffybird
Posts 264

forgot the most important ;)

Use Opera and open the links panel. You then have on the sidebar on the left a list of all links leading away from the current website. Right click on the links leading to the image and save it. (You can mark more than one link at once and store them all together in your download folder). (this works with some of those Java crap sites)

Don't know a quicker way for browsing/downloading pix. Smile

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Mon, Mar 28 2011 23:49
dirkredson
Posts 7
This doesn't seem to help, I've tried to find a way to save the full hi-res images, but can't find a way to save all of them. I've found a way to save some, but there's got to be something that I'm missing because I've seen rips in various message boards.
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Tue, Mar 29 2011 17:35
theGambler007
Posts 971
the only way I've been able to do it is to print screen and copying it into a word doc, or paint.
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Tue, Apr 26 2011 13:42
rickyyz
Posts 1
Anybody figured this out? I cant seem to find a way to download the high res pictures!
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Wed, Apr 27 2011 7:14
drumasteruk
sunny south coast
Posts 1,573
Give info on your operating systems and we may be able to assist. Quick check- normal would be left click- save as-select destination ?. Next check photo properties, left click- select properties. is image jpeg, bitmap or something else?. Lastly, the silly question, any parental software enabled? , or security block?.
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Sun, May 29 2011 13:50
amg
Posts 219
Wouldn't mind knowing how to do this as well, Bulk Image downloader doesn't seem to work
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Wed, Feb 29 2012 0:06
Pickrel
Falls Church, Virginia
Posts 140

I'm a longtime Opera user and I have to use Firefox right now for an unrelated reason. The feature in Opera that I miss most is the way it used to be so easy to view a gallery. In Opera I would switch to full screen, bring up the gallery, click on 1st photo & there's my full screen picture. Now here's the good part--to view the second picture, I would just press PAGE FORWARD & there would be photo #2, & so on.

Here in Firefox, after I view photo #1, I have to go back up to the full gallery & click #2, and so forth, up & down. It's the same slow procedure in Safari (I've got Mac).

The older version of Opera from about a year ago had a terrific feature--in full screen (F11 on PC) any blank space around the photo, as for a portrait type, was automatically filled in with dark gray. So you would see your model's photo with nothing framing it, like in a movie theater. I wish Opera (and Firefox) would use that feature.

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Wed, Feb 29 2012 0:22
Pickrel
Falls Church, Virginia
Posts 140

Say, did you recently download the addons named AdBlocker and NoScript into your Firefox?  I recently saw something similar (pages of script) after downloading them.

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Fri, Jul 20 2012 16:14
mike_op18
Netherlands
Posts 1,460
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Not quite sure what the problem is. I generally use Google chrome and then it's simply mouse right-click, save image as... I have IE, Opera and firefox around for various other situations, but I am unable to duplicate the problem mentioned above.
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Sun, Jul 6 2014 0:49
hotchicks481
Floridaaaaa
Posts 1

google Web Gallery Downloader (wgDownloader) 3.0.0.6 version, and download it. works on most galleries for me. and its free.

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Fri, Sep 12 2014 8:38
lilyhard
Posts 1
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Sun, Dec 7 2014 4:13
mel58mwm
Posts 9

I am using google chrome, by right clicking on the picture you like and select "save image as.." I am able to save to my hard drive then transfer to removable media for future use. Firefox also has a similar option, as does internet explorer which I never use.

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Wed, Dec 10 2014 2:17
mel58mwm
Posts 9

Just tried that "snipping tool" awesome is an understatement.

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