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PostPosted: 22. Mar 2007, 06:48 
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hi guys

i'd like to set things so photos can't be saved/printed from the site (wanting to use it for staff ID photos & can't let them be taken off the server) - i've disabled downloads, but using MS IE you can still save/print/etc using right-click or just hover over the pic.

has anyone got thoughts on how this could be achieved (remembering i'm not a php guru)

thanks for any help

phil


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PostPosted: 22. Mar 2007, 10:38 
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You can disable right click with javascript

set

$disable_right_click=false;

to

$disable_right_click=true;

use 1.6 rc2 from the forum!

/Michael


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PostPosted: 23. Mar 2007, 06:42 
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Thanks Michael - worked great for the right click!

Small problem though - when the mouse hovers over a selected image we still get a small GUI help bar appear at the top left of the image with icons for save, mail, print etc - is there a way to disable this?

Thanks for your help so far.

Phil


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PostPosted: 23. Mar 2007, 09:06 
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no - but you can always turn of Javascript and save the image - use watermarks ;)


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Trouble is we are wanting to use it for staff ID photos and can't let them be taken off the server - it's not a copyright problem, it's a security issue.

Any thoughts or suggestions as to how we could go about this?

Ta

Phil


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PostPosted: 24. Mar 2007, 12:06 
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then Internet is not the right thing - everyone can always make a screenshot ;) no way to prevent this.

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PostPosted: 24. Mar 2007, 12:29 
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Thanks for responding Michael

Actually it is on an isolated intranet - yep, they can screen dump, but the resolution goes to the dogs - what we are trying to stop is the "Save..." option which will still give them an image with reasonable res.

Any thoughts?? - personally I'm agreeing with you, you can't stop people if they have half a brain, but I just want to exhaust all possabilities before I pull the pin.

Thanks

Phil


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if you use twg - disable the download if images - then only the images displayed on the detail page can be ""copied" and there it does not matter if you use save as or make a screenshoot.

Resolution is the same


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PostPosted: 29. Mar 2007, 06:34 
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Thanks for your help.

I had already disabled the image download from within TWG - it was the image toolbar that was getting up my nose.

Found out that it is simply a meta tag that turns it off.

Add the following to inc/head.inc.php & the toolbar is disabled for all pages :-
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<META HTTP-EQUIV="imagetoolbar" CONTENT="no">


This combined with
Code:
$disable_right_click=true;
has provided what I was after.

Thanks again for your help

Phil


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