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« Reply #15 on: September 24, 2009, 05:30:20 pm »

I think I'll add to this an easy reachable button doing something like "Save Current Result under a temporary name", so when you want to step aside but know you want to come back later wherever it was you were, you will be back there at using the last level of <.

ah yes ... I could see that coming in very handy as I flip between updating the artwork and actually listening to something. Kinda like a bookmark .. nice idea.

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« Reply #16 on: September 24, 2009, 06:06:30 pm »

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No big calamity .. I will just use Internet Explorer for this task. If you can figure out why Firefox is refusing to co-operate that would be great but don't spend too much time nutting it out.

Well, thanks to your provided error message, I actually started to wonder how it could work (in IE). So, I found that with IE as a source, actually a normal copy command allows downloading such an image. This is all something possibly even Bill Gates hasn't seen before, because mystically this is a copy from the "Temporary Internet Files" to the destination (your album). And this source location already exists (with assigned temporary name) while the download (which under the hood *has* to take place) not even has been performed. This is only for Bill of course, and nothing for my ERP friend. And in the end ... this is nothing to copy, but something to download (officially).

So, I just have solved this into exactly that.

Oh, underway I found that the download command I use for it (which is dedicated for webclients), also allows "downloading from disks". Bwahahaha, so that's the other way around.
But I did both their own way anyway, and for Firefox too it should work now. Btw, I didn't test it (no Firefox here).

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« Reply #17 on: September 24, 2009, 06:20:41 pm »

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I think I'll add to this an easy reachable button doing something like "Save Current Result under a temporary name"

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Kinda like a bookmark ..

Yea yea, you have your nice ways of telling me that is to be called a bookmark. swoon Allright allright.
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« Reply #18 on: September 24, 2009, 06:28:45 pm »

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A tip for those who are unaware ... you can drag and drop that image from your internet browser window into your album folder and you will have a copy of it ready for use.

Another tip for those who are unaware ... you can drag and drop that image from your internet browser window into the Coverart Pane and you're done.



Nice find there Peter !

I tried it with Firefox and it didn't work, so I loaded up Internet Explorer ( bleugh ! ) and that seemed to work OK. Used the 'Rename to Folder.jpg' context menu following the drag/drop.

This will speed up things immeasurably Happy

Cheers,

Russ

EDIT: This is working GREAT !! So much easier now Happy

doh,

Do this for months now,
otheriwse I have to give a download location, every freakin' time, for every freakin'picture.
just drag and drop.

This is maybe why I ended up with a 35GB Gallery, haha

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« Reply #19 on: September 24, 2009, 06:43:02 pm »

only getting a windows security warning:
but think thats a setting, somewhere.......


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