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  • eJM
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    Clever.

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  • Vtec44
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    Originally posted by eJM View Post
    That wouldn't work if the image was a transparent .GIF or .PNG, or if the image had a background the same color as the web page's background. If the image was larger than the visible portion, you wouldn't know.
    If you highlight the picture, it will also highlight the clear background. Try it on this transparent smilie ---->

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  • Chousho
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    There's no such thing as an image you can't save ;D Where there's a will there's a way (and a disabling of Javascript or a peak at the source).

    If you're running Firefox 3, it's actually even easier.

    Click the favicon -> "More Information..." button -> "Media" tab

    Scroll through the images to your heart's content. You can find much more than you might have though. Enjoy

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  • legionofangels2
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    Originally posted by Dilly View Post
    Probly easier if you post a link and tell us what image it is.
    The best advice here. ^

    Without knowing the image in question, everyone is just guessing with good advice probably as to what to do if it's anything of the 15 things in the kitchen sink.

    Right Click Properties was my first guess
    Print Screen Crop was my second guess

    for the sake of props lolz

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  • eJM
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    Originally posted by Vtec44 View Post
    print screen then crop!
    That wouldn't work if the image was a transparent .GIF or .PNG, or if the image had a background the same color as the web page's background. If the image was larger than the visible portion, you wouldn't know.

    Best way to learn the size of an image you can't read the properties of (why would you save an image just to learn the size - just right-click and select properties in any browser), is to save the page as a complete HTML page. Go to the location you saved the page to and you'll find the image, either in the same folder, or in a subfolder.

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  • dilbert
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    Originally posted by dpunkz View Post
    How can you find the pixel height and pixel width of an image that does not let you save it to find it that way. So is there a way to find out the pixel dimensions of a thing/image by just looking at, some sort of tool?, etc...

    thanks
    Try the Web Developer Toolbar with Firefox, it has some pretty amazing stuff in it.

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  • Dilly
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    Probly easier if you post a link and tell us what image it is.

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  • Vtec44
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    print screen then crop!

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  • cbiweb
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    If the page lets you 'view source' with a right click or via the View menu, find the image URL in the code, and copy/paste it into the address bar. The image should come up, and you can then do right click > properties.

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  • dpunkz
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    that just didnt work lol, any other ideas?

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  • kentaurus
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    Using firefox... just right click -> properties. Check the width and height. Done.

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  • How do you find the pixel size of an image that does not let you save it?

    How can you find the pixel height and pixel width of an image that does not let you save it to find it that way. So is there a way to find out the pixel dimensions of a thing/image by just looking at, some sort of tool?, etc...

    thanks

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