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With some sites this may be necessary, but with Safari with a Mac
(and probably in other browsers as well) the easy way is just to
right click on the photo. The menu that appears includes "Save to
Desktop". Once there you can open the image in your preferred
photo editor and work it up as you please.
I have a modest collection of these photos saved on my machine for
possible modeling use. The folder is marked "Delete Upon My
Demise", and my heirs will know these aren't my intellectual
On 8/24/2019 8:56 AM, BRIAN PAUL EHNI
don’t have a print screen, but the same general rules apply:
capture the entire screen display, press CMD+SHIFT+3
capture a specific part of the screen, press CMD+SHIFT+4
together, then use the mouse to select what you want.
screenshot JPG will appear on your desktop, and can be
edited with any number of programs
every PC keyboard I've used has a "print screen"
button! the screen is copied to
the "clipboard". then I open photoshop, create a new
file from the clipboard, and
trim the picture to suit my need. easy peasy.
with Firefox, to steal a web site image file (not just
a snapshot of the screen)
you choose TOOLS->PAGE INFO->MEDIA. then scroll
through the image files (including
the "copy protected" ones the web sites lie to their
customers and tell them the
files are safe) and save the ones you want to your
hard drive. also easy peasy.
on Androids just click on a "volume" control button
and the "power" button together
and wait for the "camera click". the screen is now
saved to your files.
the rule is: if you can SEE it, then you can download
On 8/24/2019 2:28 AM, Matthew Metoyer wrote:
8 (?) & 10 computers include a program called
'snipping tool'. The icon looks like a pair of
scissors. It allows you to create a photo file of
whatever is on your screen.
Bill, to capture
photos off of your screen requires a software
called Screen Capture.
If you had a Mac,
all you would have to do is click 3
buttons and hold down the mouse and drag
over the image you wish to capture. I do
this constantly and would hate to give up
this feature. I would suggest that you
search for a "Screen Capture" and download
into your computer. This is also helpful
for sites which don't allow the even
easier "Drag & Drop", but that is
another Mac item.
has stated for years that nothing
can't be captured from a computer.
Just a little harder for a windows
system. Perhaps he will share the