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BANGKOK 20 May 2019 03:19
up2you2

Finding an image on Cache.

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Does anybody currently use a system to save an image by way of the Cache please?
This could be on Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome of any other search engine.

It used to be easy on IE, but in spite of Googling this quest, none of the suggested alternatives have proved successful to date.

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Can you elaborate? Do you want to visit a page and then retrieve an image from this page from your browser's cache?

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1 hour ago, shadowofacloud said:

Can you elaborate? Do you want to visit a page and then retrieve an image from this page from your browser's cache?

Yes correct.

It is an image in a page.

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8 minutes ago, up2you2 said:

Yes correct.

It is an image in a page.

Why don't you right click on the image and save it?

 

If there is a script, which disables right click, install a plugin such as Quick Javascript Switcher (Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/quick-javascript-switcher) and disable JS before clicking.

 

Alternatively click F12 in Chrome - this will display the development console. Switch to the "Network" tab and reload the page - you will see all the page elements with their respective paths. Just copy and paste the path to the image in your browser and you will be able to access and save it directly.

 

Finally,  you can use a plugin such as this one: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/download-all-images/ifipmflagepipjokmbdecpmjbibjnakm?hl=en to grab all images from a page (there other tools like this, which will allow you to crawl through a whole website and get all images).

 

Does this help or is your scenario more complex?

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23 minutes ago, shadowofacloud said:

Why don't you right click on the image and save it?

 

If there is a script, which disables right click, install a plugin such as Quick Javascript Switcher (Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/quick-javascript-switcher) and disable JS before clicking.

 

Alternatively click F12 in Chrome - this will display the development console. Switch to the "Network" tab and reload the page - you will see all the page elements with their respective paths. Just copy and paste the path to the image in your browser and you will be able to access and save it directly.

 

Finally,  you can use a plugin such as this one: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/download-all-images/ifipmflagepipjokmbdecpmjbibjnakm?hl=en to grab all images from a page (there other tools like this, which will allow you to crawl through a whole website and get all images).

 

Does this help or is your scenario more complex?

This looks good - thank you.

Let me work through it - I feel I have a good chance now.

 

By the way when I do right click on the image, the menu does appear, however Save image as does not.

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1 hour ago, up2you2 said:

This looks good - thank you.

Let me work through it - I feel I have a good chance now.

 

By the way when I do right click on the image, the menu does appear, however Save image as does not.

Got a result with: Alternatively click F12 in Chrome.

Magic - many thanks.

Very grateful.

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Im my mother country of Kenya, we use a method called, Screenshot.

21 hours ago, up2you2 said:

This looks good - thank you.

Let me work through it - I feel I have a good chance now.

 

By the way when I do right click on the image, the menu does appear, however Save image as does not.

 

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22 hours ago, shadowofacloud said:

Why don't you right click on the image and save it?

 

What an easy step.

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