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Thread: [Resolved] "Save Picture As..." in MX success!

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    Smile

    I wanted to be able to invoke "Save Picture As..." within MX. Couldn't find many threads about it. Created it myself with idea and poor knowledge of JavaScript. It works in hidden frame set and IFRAME within one of the frames and image name as var passed via url. Tried to post it on flashkit movies but...Server error. Take a look <a href="http://www.galovic.com/testimg/">Here</a> or download <a href="http://www.flashkit.com/movies/Scripting/Javascript/Save_Pic-George_U-6926/index.shtml">Here</a>
    Let me know what you think. Or if some better ways to do it.
    [Edited by dudovcic@qrex.com on 04-22-2002 at 11:08 PM]

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    Smile very nice dude

    very nice dude

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    President, save the
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    didn't work for me,
    it saved an html file that didn't have a image in it,
    and I tried forcing the suffix to .jpg and it didn't open as an image.

    really cool idea though!

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    worked for me

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    <b>sonwah</b>, did you try it locally?<br> maybe the pictures didn't load... I tested it only on IE6 XP.(Forget about Netscape)<br>
    Has to be something with variable -img- that's passed via URL from test2.htm to test3.htm

    thanks for good comments anyway

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    President, save the
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    try it locally?
    no, I tried it on the url you posted.
    IE5, win2K sp2, Flash 6,0,23,0

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    I wanted to know if it did same thing locally.

    I used document.execCommand('SaveAs')in js function. it should be supported in IE 5... I'll try tomorrow at work with 5 on 2K

    G night i'm off to bed

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    nope.

    using ie 5, but thats probably cos i'm on a mac that it doesn't work?

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    I just found out; this method is supported on IE 5.5 and 6 only.
    Don't know about Mac

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    Originally posted by dudovcic@qrex.com

    Let me know what you think.
    works fine, very nice!

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    nope, no Mac lovin' here, but interesting solution

    Dual 400 MHz, OS 9.2.2, IE 5.1.3, 1.5 GB RAM

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    Very cool man...I downloaded what you did and am checking it out now!

    Update - Your variable name scheme is cracking me up man!! HA! "src="'+makeMeProud(text));"



    - Sigma
    [Edited by Sigma on 04-19-2002 at 10:45 PM]

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    Well, that's how i felt at the time.<br>
    thanks

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    Great idea. thanks!

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    great work, helped out a lot! cheers.

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    does anyone still have this file

    I would very much like to learn how to do this. Please help.
    http://www.flashfrog.com

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    Links are broken.
    The other day, I bought a box of animal crackers. On the side, it said "Do Not Eat if Seal is Broken". I opened the box and sure enough...

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    broken link

    dudovcic@qrex.com, can you reupload those downloads? I have a deadline of next Friday and have to do this - or explain to my boss why it can't be done.
    http://www.flashfrog.com

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