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 Post subject: no right click option?
PostPosted: 11. Jan 2009, 22:57 
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How about adding a no right click option. If there is already somewhere and I missed it, then I apologize.

I did add this code to my custom header which works with IE and Firefox:

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<script type="text/javascript">

function md(e)
{
  try { if (event.button==2||event.button==3) return false; } 
  catch (e) { if (e.which == 3) return false; }
}
document.oncontextmenu = function() { return false; }
document.ondragstart   = function() { return false; }
document.onmousedown   = md;

</script>


It works pretty good and no nagging error message saying you can't right-click.

I also added this to take care of the IE image toolbar:
Code:
<META HTTP-EQUIV="imagetoolbar" CONTENT="no">


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PostPosted: 11. Jan 2009, 23:14 
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$disable_right_click

Is the parameter you where looking for. But you always can make screenshots ;).

- Michael


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PostPosted: 11. Jan 2009, 23:37 
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ya I know, or you can save the page.

But thanks, it's yet another option I overlooked.
How can you call yourself "Tiny" with all these options?? :wink:

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PostPosted: 11. Jan 2009, 23:44 
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Much harder to change a domain, a name, get popular again ...

But the installation is still tiny ;).

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PostPosted: 16. Nov 2019, 06:01 
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I put $disable_right_click=true; it is working exept on the slideshow. How can i fixe it?


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PostPosted: 16. Nov 2019, 22:54 
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Please use a watermark. right click only protects your images for very inexperienced users. Getting the url directly is very easy with any browser. press F12. select the image. copy the url...

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PostPosted: 18. Nov 2019, 20:04 
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:) I am experimenting whit your CMS site and i use a whatermark. I will buy the license soon is it complicated to upgrade to a proffessional version?


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PostPosted: 18. Nov 2019, 20:41 
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It is easy. You will get a license file you place on your server.

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PostPosted: 8. Dec 2019, 21:40 
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In TWG?

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