I did find the site that had the right-click disabled. I did a screen print to it, and it came up just as it was suppose to.
It did make me think of a different way that it might be able to be done. I noticed that some sites that have streaming video will not screen print properly. Everything but the video (even a frame of the video) would not be on the screen print. Maybe you could place the image as a streaming video, even though it is a static picture. Elaborating, you could have it set up as needing a consistent stream from the server at all times, or the picture would show a broken link. I am not familiar with how it could be sent up, but the limited knowledge in web page design may have a code like this:
<a href="I video.rm">Click here to see the video</a>
(where I video.rm is a video of your static picture, in Real Media format [rm in filename])
Again, I am not
experienced in this, but perhaps someone else could assist in more detail. This suggestion is just thinking out loud on a possible solution.
Grinler, thanks for the move of the thread.
Edited: Its ok kcstout, it has already been moved.
Edited by JEservices, 23 November 2004 - 11:24 AM.
We are all curious like a cat. We wonder, we ask, we learn.
Please post back when a suggestion works, so that others may learn.