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08/22/2007 10:56:54 PM · #26
Originally posted by TechnoShroom:

Originally posted by rswank:

The argument cannot be won because those opposed to the possibilty that any safeguards would be a deterrent simply has to point out a way to get around it.
An "I'm so smart look how I can beat that" mentality.

The smugness is really annoying.


Is it really smugness to point out that locking the door while leaving the windows open is pointless?


Uh... what?
If you wanna play Bad Analogy game then yes, it is a deterrent to lock the doors while my windows are open.
Is it going to 100% prevent entry? No. No one is claiming that.

On second thought, never mind you're right, make you feel better?
08/22/2007 11:14:34 PM · #27
Originally posted by Gordon:

Originally posted by smurfguy:

Yes, yes, we know it doesn't protect, but it may help some small degree.

My unclickable, undraggable test page. View the JavaScript source code.

-Jeff


I just clicked 'save as'

Was there some protection there ?

Are you using FireFox? Do you have Options->Content->Advanced->Disable or Replace Context Menus unchecked? Or JavaScript disabled?

Like I said, it's easy to bypass, but maybe it's better than nothing.

Message edited by author 2007-08-22 23:15:06.
08/22/2007 11:45:45 PM · #28
Originally posted by rswank:

Uh... what?
If you wanna play Bad Analogy game then yes, it is a deterrent to lock the doors while my windows are open.
Is it going to 100% prevent entry? No. No one is claiming that.

On second thought, never mind you're right, make you feel better?


Wow, the number of dicks on DPChallenge the last couple of days just keeps getting higher.
08/23/2007 02:37:39 AM · #29
Originally posted by rswank:

The argument cannot be won because those opposed to the possibilty that any safeguards would be a deterrent simply has to point out a way to get around it.
An "I'm so smart look how I can beat that" mentality.

The smugness is really annoying.


I didn't say how people could beat it, because the methods are well-known.

I simply stated that disabling right-clicking is pointless (as demonstrated by others) and annoying to end users (maybe that's just me but personally I don't believe that a professional website needs to control the buttons in your browser.)

There's no need to put printable-resolution pics online. You are wasting bandwidth and loading speed on your site, for something which practically noone will benefit from in the perspective of viewing your images on screen, because screen resolutions in general are too small to appreciate hi-res photos.

By putting up suitable screen-resolution alternatives of your shots, you prevent people from using them for prints, so can still collect revenue. And now, here's the kicker -

If you put stuff online, be prepared for people to "steal" it. People will take your images to use on their myspace. People will cut bits out of your images to use as their livejournal icons. People will save your images and use them as screen-savers or backgrounds. If you don't want that, then don't put stuff online. I'd rather look on the plus side thought that at least that shows that people appreciate your work, and it's not like it is losing you money because the same people that do this are not interested in buying your work. The people who are interested in buying will contact you and pay for a hi-res version.

08/23/2007 02:49:34 AM · #30
Personally, I think---- Awww crap! I just realized I left my windows wide open! Gotta run.
08/23/2007 08:48:34 AM · #31
Originally posted by smurfguy:

Originally posted by Gordon:

Originally posted by smurfguy:

Yes, yes, we know it doesn't protect, but it may help some small degree.

My unclickable, undraggable test page. View the JavaScript source code.

-Jeff


I just clicked 'save as'

Was there some protection there ?

Are you using FireFox? Do you have Options->Content->Advanced->Disable or Replace Context Menus unchecked? Or JavaScript disabled?

Like I said, it's easy to bypass, but maybe it's better than nothing.


No. Nothing disabled, works in either IE or firefox. Just using the standard file menu 'save as' option. Javescript on. Content all on. Context menus all working.

Message edited by author 2007-08-23 08:48:45.
08/23/2007 09:03:35 AM · #32
//www.onetacoshort.com/trash/rt-clk/bueller.jpg
08/23/2007 09:14:10 AM · #33
i could right click copy and drag the photo to the desktop:)
08/23/2007 09:20:47 AM · #34
Originally posted by TechnoShroom:

Originally posted by rswank:

Uh... what?
If you wanna play Bad Analogy game then yes, it is a deterrent to lock the doors while my windows are open.
Is it going to 100% prevent entry? No. No one is claiming that.

On second thought, never mind you're right, make you feel better?


Wow, the number of dicks on DPChallenge the last couple of days just keeps getting higher.


Haha.
Thanks for the kind words... I really appreciate it.
08/23/2007 09:22:13 AM · #35
Wow, the number of dicks on DPChallenge the last couple of days just keeps getting higher.

Haha.
Thanks for the kind words... I really appreciate it.

I have a feeling im included in this statistic ahha.
08/25/2007 06:17:53 AM · #36
Originally posted by smurfguy:


My unclickable, undraggable test page. View the JavaScript source code.


You can save the html page and see all images.
Or you can see html code and grab direct url of the image //www.onetacoshort.com/trash/rt-clk/bueller.jpg.

More strongly to make the image from several parts in the HTML table.
Also you can show fully transparent GIF over the image and don't catch right click (in this case only transparent GIF will be saved ).

All the methods was compared here:
//watermarker.com/how-to-ptotect-digital-images.aspx

But all this methods can be simple hacked.

Therefore I protect my images by big transparent watermark in Ais watermark protector
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